Advice re Virginia water & buggy

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GlennRheeismyfavourite Wed 13-Dec-17 15:55:58

It's my husband's birthday next week, he's got the day off and wants to do 'something nice' together with our 3 month old. He hasn't really adjusted his mindset yet and still thinks what would be nice pre baby we'll enjoy now. He's suggested a trip into london and a leisurely lunch. I think this would be a nightmare with Baby/pram etc. I walked round Virginia water ages ago and remember it was lovely. My dd loves walks in her pram so think this might be a winner. Does anyone know if it's suitable for a buggy? Is there a paved path?

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Iusedtobeafreeelf Thu 14-Dec-17 06:51:42

It's perfect, paved path and cafe at the pavilion or savill garden. Enjoy

Whosafraidofvirginiawoofwoof Thu 14-Dec-17 07:42:07

Definitely no problem with buggies. I have often done it.

Shezza71 Mon 18-Dec-17 13:56:11

Definitely ok for buggies. There’s a path linking Virginia water to saville garden, the restaurant there is lovely for lunch/dinner

GU24Mum Mon 18-Dec-17 18:17:15

Yes - but head for the Savill Gardens rather than the bit near The Wheatsheaf as there's a big restaurant and lots of paved areas plus an old fashioned merry go round. Your baby is obviously a bit young for the ride but might like the music and lights.

Fffion Wed 20-Dec-17 18:27:08

Yes, it’s buggy friendly.

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