Overview & description
Delightful but steep walks, with long distance views, take you up through the woodland which shelters this seven acre garden. Although nearly 1000ft above sea level and adjacent to a grouse moor, many unusual trees and shrubs grow here.
Spring is the showiest time for this garden with its magnolias and rhododendrons and other peat loving plants..
Small kitchen garden and orchard, pond, some original Victorian features.
Unusual plants for sale, many propagated by the owners.
|Tickets||Admission £4.50, child free.|