An early 19th century house built of brick and flint with an interesting collection of barns and out-buildings. The current owners have turned a large open ‘garden’ with no structure or shade into the cool, leafy peaceful place of today. Enthused by a trip to Sissinghurst Castle garden, a list of absolutely must-have plants and trees form the basis of this wonderful garden. Formal hormbeam hedges create a vista with separate corners leading off to both planted and informal areas. A stroll along mown paths leads to a climb up the ‘Mound Meander’ for a fine view of the Chilterns.
Parking: as directed by Scannappeal volunteers.
Tickets: £5 each
Wheelchair accessible, refreshments available to purchase and entertainment will be provided during the afternoon.