Formerly a cherry orchard adjoining the predominantly nineteenth-century flour mill, this is now and two-and-a-half-acre garden laid out with trees, shrubs, mixed beds and borders. The garden is bounded by a stretch of Leigh Brook (a Site of Special Scientific Interest), from which the mill’s own weir feeds a mill leat and a small lake. The garden also features a rose parterre and a traditional Japanese garden.
Admission is £7 (children free) and you can book your tickets online in advance via the NGS website or pay on the day (cash only).
Open dates in 2023
Sunday 27 August, 2pm – 5.30pm