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All reviews full bloom gingerbread shop lovely quiet place people's names garden offers raise funds pretty garden gardens are lovely peaceful walk garden area right next door lovely little village walk around short walk great place to visit visited grasmere stepping stones
Popped in on an inclement late afternoon having visited the gingerbread shop. Beautifully maintained and thoughtful garden. As the title implies, I suspect you probably want to visit when the daffs are in bloom. Nice digression from the crowds.
Visited as next to the church where Wordsworth and his family are buried lovely stepping stone path with names of people from around the world on who make donations.
Was a rainy day so didn't stay too long must be nice in spring when the...More
Nice little garden to sit and eat your gingerbread in (Gingerbread shop is just next door). It was nice but nothing spectacular so imagine you need to come see it in the Spring when the daffodils are out.
The gardens here are very nice. There is a paved walkway through the garden which makes for a nice stroll. It was not very busy when we were there which was nice for us. The old cemetery is neat. Wordsworth's grave is there along with...More
A beautiful walk, with chance to view the stepping stones etched with the names of those who had made donations. Peaceful and quiet, next to St Oswald's Church and the river. Complete with somewhere to sit, a lovely quiet place. No daffodils, but still enjoyable.