Small but perfectly formed, great for a short walk and meditation in many available seats by the water and otherwise.
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Chalice Well Gardens are so serene and beautiful! Even if you are not spiritual they will nourish a sense of inner peace and provide knowledge of historical significance. The garden is beautifully landscaped and maintained. It provides many areas for quiet contemplation and exploration. The...More
We enjoyed my visit to Chalice Well although it was raining and very slippery and pushing my husband around in his wheelchair was difficult. I bought some bottles from reception to fill up at the Lions head and was happy with our purchases in the...More
Chalice well gardens are beautiful, you can get there by walking up to the top of the high street, then turning left and up chilkwell road, you can't miss the signs for the gardens and going in is worth it, when in bloom it is...More
do you need a few relaxing hours to sit back and reflect without total isolation , then well done , this is the place for You...!!! if you need stimuli and entertainment , look elsewhere.
The spring (aka Blood Spring) is set among beautiful gardens, with plenty of areas to sit, relax and contemplate. Walk through the gardens, admire the beautiful flowers, listen to the trickle of the spring, drink from the lions head, and spend as much time as...More
I cannot recommend highly enough a visit to Chalice Well. The gardens are so beautiful with hidden nooks and arbours for quiet contemplation. The only sounds are those of the birds, trees, etc and of course the gentle murmuring of the Well water as it...More
It is a bit expensive for what it is, but as a place for peace and quiet for meditation and rest then it is fine. The history of the place and the origin of the well does need to be explained a bit more. The...More
This place is such a peaceful haven from all the hustle and bustle outside their gates. It truly is somewhere you can fully recharge your batteries and come away feeling energised and rejuvenated. There is a pool of spring water that you can walk through...More