The garden itself is very unique and influenced by the Arts & Crafts movement. It has many different sections with their own distinct characters. Unlike many English gardens parts of it have been allowed to run free, and there are unexpected found objects amongst the plants. There are also many benches and places to sit and unwind. (Just as a note admission to the garden costs £5, although I believe there are free RHS member days.)
The couple who run this are extremely hospitable and obviously care deeply about their work. The courgette and lime cake from the tearoom was absolutely delicious and worth a visit on its own. All in all a lovely little spot to visit on a sunny summer's day if you fancy gardens or a nice afternoon tea.
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