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Reviewed 7 June 2021 via mobile

After visiting Kiftsgate we called in here as it is only down the road. The gardens are divided into areas and all were looking good. Only takeaway from the cafe, may have changed now. Enjoyed a scone and a cup of tea.

Date of experience: May 2021
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Reviewed 6 June 2021

Absolutely gorgeous gardens that were a complete surprise to the eye. So much to look at from formal lawnscapes to cottage garden delights to a lily pond, each in compartmentalised sections. Absolutely well-recommended.

Date of experience: June 2021
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Reviewed 3 June 2021

Absolute feast for the senses. Colours, smells and sounds of Summer on a stunningly beautiful day. My new favourite NT garden!
One way system was clear but not obtrusive. Felt free to wander and gently admire even though a busy day. Staff were welcoming and seemed happy in their work. Lovely little cafe with outdoor seating for the 'must have' NT scone! Small shops open too.

Date of experience: June 2021
Thank ElaineF497
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Reviewed 27 May 2021

Booking is recommended I think. It was quite busy even midweek. There is a one way system in operation but this wasn’t always easy to follow, but this is a sign of the times at the minute, sadly. The gardens were looking quite lush after all the recent rain and there were plenty of things in flower.

Date of experience: May 2021
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Reviewed 20 May 2021

February is probably not the best month to visit this National Trust property but it is still well worth calling in for a walk through the gardens. Due to covid, timed pre-booking is essential. All walks operate on a one-way system and where this wasn’t possible signage was in place to assist in keeping 2.0m apart. Obviously, the house was closed when we visited but this wasn’t a major issue as the highlights of the property are the gardens and grounds. The cafe was open for takeaways only so no problems if you fancy refreshments following a walk. Adjacent to the car park is a picnic area with tables and benches which when we visited was being well used. Certainly recommend a visit at any time of the year as the gardens change with the seasons. This is one of our favourite NT places to visit.

Date of experience: February 2021
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