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Tintinhull West Terrace
England

Tintinhull these gardens created around a 17th Century Manor House are a delight to the eye.  The gardens are in a secluded area away from the main tourist routes, and will give a relaxing hour or two's gentle walking with plenty of seating and relaxing.

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