We visited with the intention of having some brunch too as well as look at all the things on offer. The shopping experience is not limited to horticulture and has a range of outlets within, stocking clothes, kitchenware and other goods.
The restaurant in part, enjoys a patio view overlooking a small pond and there are a few local residents in situ including sheep and a peacock! The expanding area was glorious to see. Our food was timely and delicious although I would say the menu said panini but it was a toasted baguette. However, it did not dissapoint as it had been splendidly prepared and presented well with a salad garnish and hand cooked crisps, so I did not complain as no real need to.
A leisurely browse round tempts one to buy for sure! And I purchased some bueatiful garden ornaments. It's a lovely place to visit and well worth the hour journey to get there from Lincoln. Wear comfortable footwear. Allow a few hours to enjoy the whole venue. There is ample parking and you can see that there is coach parking too.
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