Pashley Manor Gardens
Discover this beautiful, restful and well maintained garden on the border of Sussex and Kent …
Delight in the sweeping herbaceous borders, elegant rose and historic walled gardens, the productive kitchen garden, enchanting woodland paths and tranquil vistas that form this award winning garden. Carefully planned planting ensures the gardens look their best from April to September.
Daffodils and magnolia in early spring are followed by wisteria, bluebells and over 30, 000 tulips, which create a riot of colour for the annual Tulip Festival. The Kitchen Garden is at its most productive from June through to August. In mid-summer roses take centre stage, celebrated with a Special Rose Week. Roses are followed by the heady scent of lilies and the start of the summer bedding plants, from July into August, when the herbaceous borders are in full flower. Then dahlias are the star of the show in September – wonderful, brightly hued blooms abound, complemented by a second flowering of roses.
Café with Terrace serving delicious homemade lunches, scones and cakes; Sculpture and Art Exhibition; Gift Shop; Plant Sales; Group rates; Free coach parking; Coach driver incentives.
Opening Times: 1st April – 30th September 2017. Tuesday to Saturday, Bank Holiday Mondays and Special Event Days, 10am to 5pm.
Admission rates: Adults £10.00; Children £5.00; Tulip Festival £10.50
Group rates: Minimum Group size 15; Adults £9.50; Tulip Festival £10.50 (no group concessions)
Disabled access: Partial, please call or email for further details. Toilet facilities and parking for disabled on site. Push wheelchairs on loan, booking necessary.
Tours/Events: Tulip Festival 21st April every day to 6th May; Dahlia Days 5th to 10th September – please see website or call for details of other special events. Pre-booked tours of the garden available.
Coach Parking: Yes.
Length of Visit: 2 1/2 hours – half day.
Booking Contact: Pashley Manor Gardens, Ticehurst, East Sussex, TN5 7HE
Tel: 01580 200888 Fax: 01580 200102
Location: On the B2099 between the A21 and Ticehurst village (Tourist brown-signed).