Mottistone Manor House Gardens
Built in the 16th Century it was once under 1500 tons of sand after a landslide from the hill above and was in a dangerous condition. It remained in this state for quite some time until the first Lord Mottistone had it excavated and restored.
Looking back at the entrance to the grounds. This used to be stables and outbuildings to The manor House.
Just a small part of the terraced gardens.
View from the top path where
there is a bench. The day this was taken was very hot and humid, the
sea and more landscape could be seen above the Manor House although the
slightly over-exposed picture does not show this.
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