I visited this stunning garden today. It is the National Collection of Birch and Alder trees and is absolutley worth the 2 mile detour off the A30 in Devon. There are picnic tables with spectacular views of Dartmoor, too. In the summer, the garden is...更多
This is my second visit and today was so special, the gardens are a haven of peace and tranquillity, the sculptures amazing and as it was the music fest we finished up in the barn and courtyard listening to some local stars. lovely
Stone Lane Gardens meanders through peaceful trees along winding paths. On a hot summer's day enjoy the cool breeze and the greenery that surrounds you. If you like drawing and painting take your sketchbook with you as there so many perfect vistas and close ups...更多
A lovely morning spent wandering through the beautifully overgrown gardens. The family had fun discovering and identifying the artworks hidden in the undergrowth but I especially appreciated the wealth of birch and alder from all over the world. You can even buy them on mail...更多
I visited last Friday with my Farther on a family visit, and we were pleasantly surprised by this hidden gem. We don't come from far away and frequently visit Castle Drogo, so I'm not sure why we haven't popped in before, but certainly will do...更多
If visiting Castle Drogo or Fingle Bridge be sure to keep an eye open for the signs to Stone Lane Gardens. They are not large and are partly hidden in a hedge but the lane to the gardens is off the road from Fingle Bridge...更多
We were really looking forward to our visit to Stone Lane Gardens and we were not disappointed. It was a bit hair-raising negotiating the narrow lanes, but well worth it.
The gardens are set into a gentle hillside with meandering paths and a wealth of...更多