A delightful country house garden

This is one of the best known gardens in Kent, a worthy winner of Visit Kent’s Garden of the Year award in 2016. Four generations of the Barham family have created a wonderful 16 acre garden in a magical parkland setting that must be everyone’s dream.

Hole Park Gardens are open everyday in spring with limited opening times in summer & autumn. Please see Visitor Information page for opening times and dates. In spring visitors can enjoy the wonderful carpet of bluebells, daffodils, camellias, wisteria, magnolia and other spring delights. In summer the long borders are filled with colourful herbaceous plants with the exotic border coming to life in late summer.  The woodland area and gardens are also a delight in autumn with trees planted specifically with autumn colour in mind.

Gardens are open on Wednesdays & Thursdays 11am – 6pm

The tea room will be open to serve refreshments, homemade cakes & light lunches.

Any enquiries please contact us on 01580 241344 or email info@holepark.com

 

Autumn Sundays

The gardens will be open on Sunday 7th, 14th, 21st & 28th October from 11am to 6pm.

 The tea room will be open to serve refreshments, homemade cakes,

clotted cream teas and light lunches.

 

Antiques Valuation Day

Tuesday 9th October from 10.30am to 3.30pm

Entrance by pre-booked tickets only

£25 all day to include two talks, coffee, lunch & entrance to the gardens (£15 for one talk)

Light lunches available. For more information or to apply for tickets please email events@gardeningfordisabledtrust.org.uk

 

GROUP BOOKINGS

Group visits can be arranged by prior appointment.

For all bookings please email events@holepark.com

PLEASE BE AWARE THAT REGRETTABLY WE ARE UNABLE TO ALLOW DOGS INTO THE GARDENS AND WOODLAND

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Hole Park has been owned by the Barham family for the past four generations and is set in over 200 acres of superb classic parkland. The colourful gardens enjoy far reaching views over the hills, woods and fields of the picturesque Kentish Weald. They are a skilful mix of formal design and more naturalised planting, giving colour throughout the seasons.  The house, which is a private family home and therefore not open, was largely reconstructed in 1959 and is now little more than a quarter of its previous size. It resembles the house as it used to be before additions in the Elizabethan style were built in 1830.

The nearby village of Rolvenden and the town of Cranbrook are equally worth visiting for picturesque white weatherboarded buildings, mills and attractive high streets in typical Kentish scenery.