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Easton Walled Gardens, Grantham
(4.3/5 based on 180+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • We had a very pleasant time here. It's a little shabby which I like. The garden is a work in progress and it was great to see just how much had been a achieved. We particularly liked the vegetable gar...  more »
  • This is a lovely cafe if you just want a light lunch or coffee and cake the gardens are lovely and it's nice to have a cup a when you've finished your walk round 
  • Had a Groupon voucher and though we'd go have a look. We went in September and the gardens weren't at their best. We had sandwiches and queued for quite a while and they were ok. Walked around a bit, ...  more »
Google
  • A lovely place for a gentle wander around the gardens and landscape. Great cafe too.
  • Loved this place. Great day out with family.
  • A wonderful, inspiring renovation project. My favourite snowdrop valley. Glorious sweetpeas and cut flowers in the summer. Home made cake and soup in the cafĂ©. Well thought out courses and seasonal events.
  • Great place to visit, they have worked hard at restoring the gardens. We enjoyed walking round smelling the roses and the sweet peas and then had lunch, which was also very good. Thank you.
  • Enjoyed a lovely visit on a very sunny day - the vegetable garden and the flower 'pickery' were inspirational and the modern White Garden really special. A fascinating long term restoration project by the owners that deserves all the support it can get - go visit!