Ten-acre garden surrounding beautiful medieval moated manor house (not open). The White Garden, which was built and planted in 1997, is surrounded on all sides by old topiary. Potager, vegetable garden and working greenhouses, all beautifully looked after. Rare double working moat and waterways, including Westminster Pool laid down in the reign of Henry VII to mark the consecration of the knave of Westminster Abbey. Ancient yew tree under which Cardinal Wolsey supposedly slept in the legend of the Shadow of the Ragged Stone.
Admission is £7 for adults (children free) and the garden will be open from 2 – 5.30pm.