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1st March to 29th October 2017 Wednesday to Sunday, 11 am to 4.30 pm & Bank Holiday Mondays Opening times may vary during build up and Opera season (July 22nd to 30th) and on Events days. Xmas Fair commences 8th November; Illuminated Garden 1st December; Winter Festival 14th December. See website for details and dates.
By appointment any day
Special garden talks can be arranged.
25th July (8-9.30pm - garden lit from 9pm)
March/April for Spring flowers & blossom June /July September/October for potager and apples Xmas Fair for winter garden
Restored Walled Garden and Potager, Nymphaeum, Lake Field, Paradise Garden, Chinoiserie inspired Garden of the Five Bridges
Adult, Apr - Sept: £8; Child (over 5 yrs.) £4 Free to National Trust Members on production of valid membership card
Special Afternoon Tea available during opening hours, inclusive of garden admission. Includes sandwiches, scones, clotted cream, cakes etc. Pre booking essential. Picnic area in nearby orchard, or in car park.
We have a varied programme of special events and workshops. Please see website for details.
Tylney Hall, Rotherwick
Many in the village of Hartley Wintney
The Cricketers, Hartley Wintney
Nestling in a woodland corner of Hampshire is this ravishingly attractive 1720's manor house, where busts of gods and emperors watch over the gardens.
West Green House Gardens demonstrate how creative energy is poured into garden making. It is a garden with a distinctive sense of place, made by Marylyn Abbott, selected by Stephen Lacey for the Telegraph as one of the top 20 living garden makers. He writes her swash buckling annual potage displays, fountain gardens and torch lit operas reflect her energy and zest
The garden combines neo-classical style with contemporary design. A grand water staircase provides a focal point to the Nymphaeum Fountain designed by Quinlan Terry. Within the magnificent Walled Garden, faithfully restored to its original lines, an allee of apple trees divides an elaborate potage from its exuberantly planted perennial borders. Beyond the walls is the Lakefield which embraces one of England's most eclectic collections of garden follies. A path leads from the serenity of the lake to the Paradise Water Garden and contemporary chinoiserie inspired Garden of the Five Bridges. It meanders on through a woodland glade to the terraced Theatre Lawn surrounded by tall tapestry hedges.
1720's manor house surrounded by two gardens.