Brockholds Manor

By appointment between May – November 2024

Four acres of beautiful country gardens, there is part of an ancient moat, multiple tree specimens and multiple rose varieties.  

Red Tulips.

01 Jun 2024 to 30 Nov 2024


Entrance fee:
(Adult and concessions) £6 under 12's free
Visits by appointment only, individuals and groups:
Mornings, afternoons and evenings between May - November
By arrangement
By kind permission of:
Juliet and Richard Penn-Clark

Contact Juliet and Richard Penn-Clark to book your visit via: or 07931 520152 To arrange a group booking, contact Emma Jane Slater via:  or 07716 097711 

Approximately four acres of 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 fifty varieties of old and English roses and over twenty 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.

Event information


Brockholds Manor
Old Hall Green
Great Munden
SG11 1HE


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  • Refreshments and garden talks available
  • Dogs on lead
  • Limited wheelchair access
  • WC
  • On street parking