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Pashley Manor Gardens, Ticehurst

(4.6/5 based on 200 reviews on the web)
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  • This is one of the main attractions that the town has. The gardens and sculptures are very beautiful and well manicured. The tearoom serves some delicious cakes for the five or "clock tea." One of the parts that I liked us most was the orchard. Recommendation, go by car! or taxi. Do not arrive buses and walk was very dangerous because there is no road to the side of the road.
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  • Officially, this garden was closed when we visited in November, but the Manager allowed to peek inside. Gardeners were preparing for next season. But we were in the garden. Pheasants, squirrels posjudu. I would like to visit again in another season.
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  • Though Pashley Manor is at its best when the tulips are out, we visited recently and enjoyed the last of the summer flowers, roses and the developing autumn colours and of course the statues are worth...  more »
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  • The gardens are beautiful. They're also stuffed with statues - whether you think these enhance the setting is a matter of personal taste. It's nice to offer local artists a space for their work, but a few less statues would perhaps distract less from the stunning greenery and flowers. Admission is steep at £10.00, as it will take you about an hour to see it all. Café prices are outrageous though; £10.65 for a slice of quiche + salad!? £2.15 for a filter coffee!? Come on! Despite the beautiful setting, we decided not to eat here.
  • Went there last Monday but it was closed .And i saw the gardeners and i was told to go and knock and talk to the owner . What a very understanding man he was .I was allowed to enter the gardens free of charge and with added advantage to send an email regarding my sculptures to be shown within there perimeter.Promising to come back again and would edge everyone to make your way to P manor gardens . Impressed with everything around .IF u love art u surely u wont get disappointed .What a place to be .
  • Costly entrance fee, but beautiful gardens
  • Went to the tulip festival , nice gardens but not worth the entrance fee
  • Heavenly gardens with sculpture and an excellent cafe