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So much thought and effort has been put into this place. The cuckoo clock is delightful, and the bottle building beautifully made. The owner is very talented. We visited on a chilly day, and the café was a warm haven, with excellent food.
Sorry but I felt £6 was a lot to pay for this ''attraction'' but clearly most visitors obviously think it good value for money, 2 or 3 quirky follies (one of which wasn't operating at the time of our visit) otherwise just a stroll through...More
At first glance, this may seem a small and insignificant garden to visit, but you really do have to see this place to appreciate it. We spent a very enjoyable few hours here and at every turn there is something more to see, with an...More
After seeing it featured on Gardeners World, Westonbury Mill Water Gardens was high on my list of places to be visited. As soon as you arrive you feel you are somewhere different and are in for a surprise. I wasn’t to be disappointed because this...More
Quite easy to find, just past the lovely black and white village of Pembridge. I enjoyed this watergarden although it seemed a little overgrown and in need of some attention, but then with a summer like this one everything is looking a bit like a...More
Heard about these gardens and took a trip to see them on a sunny cool day. We were met by the staff who were very helpful as we did have some one who was in a wheel chair. We were told that we might be...More
I have attempted to visit here during each season and not been disappointed. The cuckoo tower is a constant attraction for the engineer. Autumn is amazing, if a little untidy due to the wonderful growth achieved of well selected specimens. Always colour, always a delight.
I was very impressed with this truly inspirational garden - it is quite unique. Well planted, with quirky, witty grottoes, and the brilliant cuckoo clock tower, in which the cuckoo pops out on the hour and cuckoos - driven ingeniously by water. I applaud the...More
You can spend a lovely few hours at this quirky, beautiful garden. I've often brought guests here (as we live locally) - it's very pleasant for lunch + a bit of English charm and eccentricity. The plants on sale are very reasonable.
There's a great...More