Barrington Court (Revisited)

2 years ago we went to Barrington Court, one of the first properties acquired by the National Trust, a place known for its lovely gardens….but we went at the wrong time of year for the gardens https://spinner182.wordpress.com/2014/12/21/barrington-court/

The house at that time was decorated for Christmas though, so we still had a nice visit…..but we needed to go again to see the gardens, and now we have ;)

This time the flower gardens were in full bloom and the kitchen garden had lots of things growing in it too ^-^

On a nice sunny day like we had there the gardens do look really really nice with lots of colours to see, and there is a very interesting collection of different gourds growing down from some archways in the kitchen garden……we’ve never seen anything like that before ;>.>

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Inside the house itself there are a few more displays and information things than we saw before, and without the house being full of furniture it’s still very interesting to walk around, and it gives you a different view of the place compared to most of the other houses you can visit which are fully furnished :)

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