Described as having a secret garden and tranquil woodland, we were impressed with this gem of a place. No house as such to look around, although there is a house in the grounds, but this National Trust venue is all about the surroundings.
We arrived a little late in the afternoon, so our visit was limited before they closed for the day, however, it is on our 'return to list' when we will be arriving much earlier. Anyway, I did get one or two photos and we thought this old tree stump was being put to novel use as a money tree. (We have seen this idea at our local Arlington Court, but it is really nice to know that other places also join in this bit of whimsy.)
At first I wondered why there were 'barnacles' at the base (oh darn I need to wear my glasses more), then realised it was coins