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Pashley Manor Gardens, Ticehurst

Categories: Gardens, Nature & Parks
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4.4/5 based on 190+ reviews on the web
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  • So many different varieties of Dahlias, to many to choose from as one overall favourite. The roses were beautiful too, the ones with perfume exquisite and lots of other flowers and plant besides. We e...  read more »
  • Visiting the area and of course Sissinghurst led us to Pashley Manor via a leaflet in our hotel. Really good visit, lots of colour and beauty end July. Too early for the dahlias but loved the sculptur...  read more »
  • Had a lovely visit to Pashley with my 20 month old daughter and disabled husband. We were very impressed by the display of flowers still showing in September. We were not sure if young children would ...  read more »
  • 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.
  • What a wonderful garden to visit,very well maintained with nice walks, ponds,trees .shrubs and everything you would expect from a country garden. A great shop with some unusual gifts. The garden is not only full of delights to the eye but encompasses a sculpture trail,displaying some great works of art from some local craftsmen. The garden and the art work combine so well together that it is a delight to wander through such a well planned garden set in the heart of the Sussex countryside. ,It also combines a delightful restaurant with an extensive menu, the seating area outside combines views over the ponds with lots of wildlife just roaming around, great to see. Many thanks for such a delightful experience. Graham Baker
  • A beautiful very formal English garden. Famous for its wonderful tulip displays an asset to an area filled with gorgeous gardens.
  • Absolutely stunning. I have been twice this year and will buy a season ticket next year as it will be better value if you plan on going more than once. Highly recommended!
  • What beautiful gardens - a lovely day out wandering through all the different aspects and styles in brilliant sunshine, followed by a delicious lunch on the terrace. All good value and a lovely way to spend a birthday !
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