One of the first we walked through was the white garden consisting of both white flowers and silver leaves with the odd touch of pastel shades.
The back wall contains a series of oval windows.
Another "room" is designed around the old calf pens which remain as a feature.
There are glimpses of other parts of the gardens.
Plus paths disappearing through gates.
The whole effect is very restful.
The walls and gates are developed into features wherever you are.
The kitchen garden is equally impressive and provides fruit and vegetables for the restaurant.
Their sweet peas are far ahead of mine.
Features around the gardens added to the curiosity. It was not clear whether they were original to the gardens or brought in at the time of the restoration.
There is even a tennis court and summerhouse although with a resident bees' nest perhaps not the best place for a strawberry tea.
No doubt I shall be returning to show you more photos that I have gathered for Snap and Short Stories over the coming weeks.