A garden of three acres, surrounding a 15th century listed farmhouse.
01 Apr 2023 to 30 Sep 2023
- Entrance fee:
- price on request
- Visit by appointment: morning, afternoon and evening.
- Garden owner:
- Juliet and Richard Penn-Clark
Contact Juliet and Richard Penn-Clark to book your visit via: firstname.lastname@example.org or 07931 520152 For all other enquiries, please get in touch with us by email: email@example.com
A three-acre garden surrounding a 15th-century listed farmhouse, the site at Brockholds dates from the 13th century, with the remains of the original moat still present.
Each year, the garden has over 1,500 tulips planted and features garden rooms with box, yew and beech hedges. You’ll also find over 50 varieties of old and English roses and over 20 varieties of peonies — all planted since 2017 — as well as a potager and cuttings garden.
In springtime, you can enjoy a walk through the small woodland, which contains an orchard planted in 2018 with spring bulbs, while in early autumn visitors can see dahlias and asters.