A Garden by the River Dart

My last post from Greenway focuses on the garden. A lovely relaxing place, like most gardens it’s at it’s best in high summer but still plenty to see in April. Views of the river Dart are ever present and often make you stop and draw breathe.

Here are a few photos, click for a larger view and enjoy!

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      1. Actually, I have a question. After we hit London and the midlands, we’d like to take-in both coasts of Southwest England eventually ending in Newquay (how is that word pronounced?) I assume renting a car is best for this? (we Americans do LOVE our cars! 😉 )

      2. Hi! I don’t know where you mean in the midlands but I think if I had a choice I’d get a train down from there to maybe Salisbury and hire a car then. Cross the New Forest, then the south coast – including Exeter of course. Newquay is pronounced newkee and Torquay torkee! Is there a special reason for going to Newquay?

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