There’s something to see in the gardens throughout the year.
The Rose Garden is at is best in June with rambling roses rampaging over the Pergola.
The double herbaceous border is stunning throughout the summer and autumn. Filled with perennials such as Day lilies, Rudbeckia and Hydrangea.
Explore the old kitchen garden with cherry trees lining the path from the thatched bridge to the summerhouse.
The Winter Garden was designed in 1950s by Graham Stewart Thomas. Thomas was the Gardens Advisor to the National Trust for over 20 years. Yellow aconites with dashes of white from snowdrops as well as newly planted scented shrubs including Sarcococca and Mahonia.
National Trust members visit for free.