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Westend House

The house dates from 1650 and was originally three cottages, now converted to one house. The garden was developed by the present owners with the field adjacent including a farm pond that was being incorporated into the garden
in recent years. The owners also keep several rare breeds: Tamworth pigs, Balwen sheep and Cream Legbar, Marans and Welsummer chickens.
All cakes are homemade and tea is served in bone china with waitress service. Some bespoke sculptures and seasonal vegetables for sale.

Garden details

Date:30 Jun 2017

Opening times:


Entrance fees:

Adults: £3.50

Children: £0.00

Address:Westend House, Cheddington Leighton Buzzard, LU7 0RP


Westend House is five miles north of Tring.
From the double mini-roundabout in Cheddington take
the turn to Long Marston. Take the first left and Westend
House is on your right.

Garden owner:His Honour Judge and Mrs Richard Foster

Contact:Sandra Lucy

Telephone:07834 005762

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Location Name: 51.847622, -0.672765. Zoom: 16
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    GEO: 51.847622, -0.672765
    Westend House
    A country garden of 2 acres restored and developed in recent years featuring herbaceous and shrub borders, a rose garden, and a natural wildlife pond and stream.
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