Mount Pleasant Gardens
Mount Pleasant Gardens has been created from a blank canvas in just 18 years and now extends to over 10 acres. Never intended to be opened to the public, the garden visitor now has the rare opportunity to explore a new vibrant garden that has been solely created and gardened by its owners Dave and Louise (Darlington), purely to indulge their passion for plants and nature.
The garden has a tropical feel because of its many palms and bold planting schemes, which are packed full of so many plants. Due to its location on an open and sometimes windy hillside, shelter-belts firstly had to be established, but the south-westerly aspect and numerous springs, enabled the garden to rapidly develop into a lush and deceptively mature landscape that cascades down the hillside, with magnificent views across to the Welsh Hills. We now have a number of sculptures on permament display throughout the gardens along with a Sculpture Trail to explore and a small gallery with paintings etc
Opening Times: 1st April – Sept 30th. April – August, Wednesdays, Saturdays, Sundays 12 – 5pm, September, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday 12- 5pm.
Admission Rates: Adults and Senior Citizens £6.00, Children £2.50 during normal opening hours.
Group Rates: Minimum group size 20, £6.00 per person, includes tea and biscuits.
Facilities: Plant Sales, Teas and Sculptures for sale.
Disabled Access: Ring prior to visit.
Toilets on Site: Yes.
Car Parking: Yes.
Coach Parking: Yes.
Wheelchair Loan: No.
Length of Visit: 1 – 2 hours.
Special Events: September Sculpture Exhibition.
Booking Contact: Louise Darlington, Mount Pleasant Gardens, Yeld Lane, Kelsall, Cheshire, CW6 0TB.
Telephone: 01829 751592
Location: 8 miles east of Chester, turn off the A54 at the traffic lights into Chester Road, Kelsall, turn right into Yeld Lane.
Updated: December 2019