Two-acre wooded hillside garden surrounding an 1830s former rectory, now a B&B. Peaceful and natural, the garden boasts many magnificent specimen trees, including a Wellingtonia Redwood. Informal in style with meandering bark paths, historic garden buildings, garden railway and a paved terrace with fantastic views. Spectacular tree carvings by Steve Elsby, along with other sculptures by various artists.
Admission is £5 for adults (children free) and booking in advance is essential. The garden will be open from 12 – 7pm on Saturday 25 June, Sunday 26 June, Saturday 27 August and Sunday 28 August, and from 1 – 5pm on Sunday 2 October 2022.