Our two-acre garden is well established, with mature trees and shrubs, rockery in a shady grove, and a walled garden being developed for vegetables.
We offer hospitality to a colony of honey bees, and keep some areas 'wild' to encourage wildlife.
In other areas, the garden is a bit 'wild' because there is a lot to keep up! so we welcome volunteers who might be willing to help on a regular or occasional basis - or even a one-off!
Many areas of the house and garden are wheelchair accessible.
We are pleased to be associated with the Quiet Garden Movement which:
nurtures access to outdoor space for prayer, reflection and rest in a variety of settings, such as private homes, churches, schools and hospitals, and creates opportunities for people to experience silence, restfulness and contemplative practices… Find out more
Our garden is usually open from 11 am on the 4th Thursday of each month.
Tea and coffee are available throughout the day.
There is a Eucharist at 6pm followed by supper for any who would like to stay.
Suggested donation £4. Please contact us to arrange your visit.