Pashley Manor Gardens
'One of the finest gardens in England’ Pashley Manor Gardens offers a sumptuous blend of romantic landscaping, imaginative plantings, fine old trees, fountains, springs and large ponds.
Whatever month you choose to visit there is something to delight the senses. Through April to May bluebells carpet the woodland, the magnificent wisteria cascades down the rear of the house and there are thousands of tulips. June is fragrant with roses and lavender while in July the scent of sweet peas and lilies begin to perfume the air. The Kitchen Garden is at its most bountiful in mid-summer. Summer bedding plants continue through into August, then the hot borders come into their own with many late flowering herbaceous perennials.
Pashley prides itself on its delicious homemade food from the Garden Room Café with Terrace. There is a new gift shop, with plant sales, and a season long exhibition and sale of Sculpture and Botanical art.
2 April - 29 September 2011
Open Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Bank Holiday Mondays
11am - 5pm
Also open on Special Event days, see website for details
Child (6-16): £5
Tulip Festival (27 April - 8 May)
Pre-booked groups of 15+
- Toilet WC
- Picnic site
- Car parking