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The lakes are absolutely stunning! There are floating lily pads on the first lake which are man made & very realistic, but when you get to the bottom lake it is so pretty.
The whole lake is very nearly covered in a sea of lilies....More
A pleasure to walk the gardens and around each bend to feast your eyes on the amazing trees and to listen to them rustle in the breeze. A truly outstanding place of beauty. Everywhere you look you can find so many interesting shrubs and insects.
Visited here to have a walk in the garden. They had some lovely art installations by local schools on the lake. The trails are excellent with some wonderful trees and good views over the lakes. Good tearoom with excellent soup. The shop had some nice...More
Called in having been elsewhere locally and briefly strolled around the nearest woods and lakes of what are very extensive grounds. Then rested awhile beneath some trees near the upper lily pond. Extensive parking and good tea rooms with usual NT prices but overall a...More
The car park is large and it is easy to get to.
There is a lovely shaded and fenced off picnic area between the car park and the other half of the park.
The waterlillies and lakes were very pretty.
Gentle slopes and lovely...More
Sheffield park has beautiful and very well looked after gardens you can wonder around.If you get the chance go while the Waterlilly festival is still on as the pond looks magical. The tearooms/cafe is actually just outside the grounds, nice but quite expensive. The staff...More
We went during the waterlily festival and they do look good on the lakes. The rest of the gardens are as you’d expect from a NT property. Can’t say we’d be happy paying over £11 each to visit if we were not already NT members....More
Sunny Monday with not too many visitors meant that the park was not overly busy. Paved paths for wheelchairs and mobility scooters from entrance down to the lkes. Perfect viewing of waterlilies covering surfaces of some of the lakes. Disabled parking areas and tea with...More