STOP PRESS: During Covid19 booklets and postcards are included in the entry fee.
No refreshments will be available.
No lavatory facilities will be available.
A guide book giving a history of the house and garden is available: price £2.50
A selection is available: price 50p each.
There are small ponds, a lake and river in the garden. Some of the stone paths are uneven and may be slippery in wet weather.
We regret that no dogs are allowed in the garden with the exception of Guide Dogs. Dogs may be exercised in the car park field on a lead.
Disabled visitors are most welcome to the garden. However there are parts that are not accessible to all wheelchairs and others that are not easily reached. Special parking arrangements can be made in advance for those with impaired mobility which is as close to the garden as possible.
These are very limited and regrettably not suited for wheelchair access.
There is ample free parking in the field.
Please follow Car Park signs in Vann Lane. There must be no parking in the road.
Coaches must park by prior arrangement.
We regret that no picnics may be taken in the garden, however you are welcome to picnic in the car park field. Please take any rubbish home with you.
Photographs for personal use may be taken. A facilitation fee is charged for any commercial use, by prior arrangement only.
Pre-booked groups are most welcome. We recommend 1-2 hours to visit the garden, all of which is open to the public. All groups (15 minimum) must be pre-booked using the Group Booking Form.
Group entry with Head Gardener’s talk: £8.00 per head.
Available for group visits and NGS Bank Holiday Monday Teas
Group visits: Morning tea or coffee with home-made biscuits
Afternoon tea with home-made cakes.
These will be served either in the garden or the historic barn, attached to the main house, numbers and weather dependant.