We visited yesterday - what an amazing place, the website did not do it justice. We decided to have lunch in the cafe prior to enjoying the gardens. Lovely food, served by caring staff who didn't mind answering our questions, and generally sharing their knowledge of the area, and didn't neglect other customers whilst doing so. Very nice facilities there, and excellent menu choices. Then the gardens ...words are hard to describe the whole experience. Beautifully laid out with good access paths, although not really suitable for wheelchairs. Otherwise very accessible (one of our party was less able bodied but coped well with it all. Views, sounds and atmosphere were just amazing. I would highly recommend for anyone who has a troubled spirit, to visit and just let the gardens weave their magic - it was all very tranquil and healing.
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