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Limited facilities for the disabled. Morning coffee/tea homemade biscuits. Lunch e.g. lasagna and salad, fruit, glass of wine/fruit juice and afternoon tea with homemade cakes, for groups by arrangement only. Picnics in car park field only.
Gertrude Jekyll Water Garden 1911 W.D. Caroe pergola and additions 1907. Yew Walk 1909 Recently designed Centenary Garden The Venue and/or garden can also be hired for functions.
Crown Inn, Chiddingfold
Godalming High Street - numerous Haslemere High Street
Swan Inn, Chiddingfold White Horse, Hascombe Sun Inn, Dunsfold Merry Harriers, Hambledon
Winkworth Arboretum Compton Hascombe, including Hascombe Church Watts Gallery and Chapel Chiddingfold Haslemere Museum Godalming Museum - Gertrude Jekyll Collection
A five-acre garden, maintained by the family with four days' help a week, surrounds and complements a historic family home dating from the 16th century, giving a series of garden rooms of great variety, from the formal old cottage garden at the front, with a delightfully informal planting, to a robust pergola of Bargate stone extending east, by W.D. Caroe. The unique Water Garden by Gertrude Jekyll (1911) comprises a succession of small ponds crossed by stone paths and bridges.
Island beds in the old orchard allow for experiment with more modern plants, and double borders created in part of the former vegetable garden, allow use of plants of special interest.
A stream runs through the garden from the north, enclosed by large yew hedges, dating from 1909. Originally planted as a rose garden, the depredations of the wild deer have led the owners to remove the roses and re-plant with foliage plants to give year round interest.
Laid down in 1909 by W. D. Caroe. Water Garden by Gertrude Jekyll in 1911. Adaptation for easier maintenance over the past 50 years.