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Great Dixter House & Gardens, Northiam

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Garden Historic Site
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Christopher Lloyd created this magnificent garden where it is quintessentially English. The meadows are simply too beautiful for words and planting quite beautiful. Lots of wonderful plants for sale b...  more »
  • Having wanted to visit Great Dixter for some time my visit today was worth waiting for. The lovely weather helped the gardens to be viewed at their best and they were a riot of colour, enhanced by the...  more »
  • I Visited Great Dixter yesterday with my family including my parents who are in their eighties. The gardens are amazing, so many different types of flowers and the colours are beautiful. The down side...  more »
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  • The sheer profusion of planting is breathtaking. It shouldn't be possible to keep all these plants growing in one place but they do it here. Some of the paths are very narrow and blend you into the garden. It's what this place is about. Enjoy every turn and alleyway!
  • This is one of the most beautiful gardens that I have ever been to I definitely recommend going. The flowers and the layout of the gardens were amazing. You could pay to just see the gardens or a little extra to have a look at a section of the house. But if you only can afford the garden it is well worth it.
  • Visited in July. Beautiful informal gardens inspired by wild meadows that are all stunningly arranged around a medieval mansion. Got gardens only tickets and was well worth it. Takes about 90 minutes to visit. Good parking facilities.
  • A quintessentially English house surrounded by the most beautifully kept gardens, from wild meadows to tropical delights it has it all with not a hair out of place. A must see for those who can appreciate the time and effort thats been injected.
  • Well worth the visit. Facilities are good and the plants good value.