In late April I took a couple of pictures of what I thought were tulips. They turned out to be Romullea Bulbodicum, identified by my wild-flower friend Maureen Hatton.
They were in the stony field on the same side as the (closed) café, across the stream.
Unfortunately I can't post the pictures. The programme tells me "File too large".
They have an egg yolk yellow heart with cream white further up on the petals, and they are light pink-purple tipped. Leaves in a rosette like the pink Asphodel.
I found two plants, quite close together.