Visit Pashley Manor Gardens, on the border of Sussex and Kent, to see Romantic English landscaping and artistic planting framed by fine old trees, fountains and ponds, with the unusual Tudor/Georgian manor house, which is a private family home, creating a memorable backdrop to the beautiful and dynamic gardens.
Delight in the sweeping herbaceous borders, elegant rose and historic walled gardens, the productive kitchen garden, enchanting woodland paths and tranquil vistas that form this award winning garden.
Relish the gardeners’ attention to detail; savour the homemade, local food in the café; relax on the terrace with refreshments; be captivated by the exhibitions of sculpture and art; peruse the gift shop and be charmed by the knowledgeable and friendly team.
Experience these sumptuous gardens from April to September, Tuesday to Saturday (see visitor information for opening days and time), or visit during a special event to enjoy spectacular displays of many thousands of tulips, over a hundred varieties of roses, perfumed lilies or the skill and creativity of local craftspeople.
Mr and Mrs James Sellick
are the owners and inhabitants of Pashley Manor, a Grade
I listed timber-framed house, dating from 1550 and enlarged
in 1720. They opened their gardens to the public in 1992,
having brought them to their present splendour with the
assistance of the eminent landscape architect the late
Anthony du Gard Pasley and their team of gardeners, and
would be delighted to welcome you here in 2015.