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National Trust - The Courts Garden, Holt

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  • Great for anyone with an interest in gardening. Level, so no challenge for those unable to get around so well.Friendly, helpful staff and - apparently - a great tea room - so busy we couldn't get in -...  more »
  • Gardeners memories shed was a very nice touch, as were the events for children, well done National Trust! Some well laid out garden rooms, our favourite was a long row of giant grasses delicately blow...  more »
  • Courts gardens is laid out over the site of a former fabric mill set around a neo classical Georgian country house. Think Barnsley house, but much, much better! The garden is broken up by hedges that ...  more »
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  • A beautiful garden that goes on and on! Quiet corners to sit and enjoy the wildlife. Magnificent trees to ogle. Lots of thoughtfully placed seats and benches. I could have spent the day here with a picnic and a book. Next time.
  • Lovely garden, good at any time of the year, not huge, and no house to look around, cafe available, car park opposite. A must for anyone who loves gardens.
  • Lovely gardens, especially beautiful when the flowers are in bloom. One of the smaller national trust venues but not to be overlooked.
  • Fantastic gardens to walk around with the family, plenty of space for the kids to play in a safe environment. Tea rooms were excellent with friendly staff excellent choice off food and drinks and offered gluten free options too.
  • Beautiful gardens split using yew-lined rooms. Tiny but excellent cafe with great selection of tasty treats.