GARDENS ARE NOW CLOSED
Opening Times & Admission Prices
Gardens & Tea Room open from 11am – 6pm
Group Rate £7.00 (Groups of 15 or more)
Children £1 (5 – 16 years)
Guided Garden Tours £3.50 (minimum of 15)
Saturday 30th March – Saturday 8th June – Open daily (including renowned Bluebell season late April/early May)
Wednesday 12th June to Thursday 31st October – Wednesdays & Thursdays
6th, 13th, 20th & 27th October
Dogs are welcome in the gardens but must be kept on a short lead at all times.
Owners must ensure they bring dog waste bags and clear up after your dog. Specific bins for disposing dog waste will be available.
We reserve the right to refuse entry to any dog who appears to be aggressive or not under control.
Dogs are allowed in the courtyard by the Coach House on leads but not allowed in the Rolls Room or Coach House.
Guide dogs are welcome in all areas.
Water available at the Coach House.
Group visits are available on any date by appointment. Conducted tours of the gardens by the Owner or Head Gardener. Prior booking is essential.
Please contact us for details.
Special Note to Wheelchair Users
The garden is accessible to all as we have removed many steps and provideda hard surface loop around most of the garden. I hope you appreciate our efforts.
However please try and keep to the paths, particularly in damp conditions.
The Vineyard door is not accessible; please go around either way.
The Memorial Gates are not accessible. Please use the diversion route to the right (north).
The steps at the north end of Millennium Garden are not passable. Please go round the drive and under the Clock Tower.
Please consider not going down into the valley unless you have the means of getting out; stay on the high ground.
There is a fully compliant Disabled WC in the Stable Yard.
The Bluebell Wood is accessible but please do not venture in the furthest sections, from where the path divides, as there are many steps.
We reserve the right to deny access to Transit Chairs (those with 4 small equal wheels) intended for use in institutional environments. These are not suitable for garden use. Consider transferring to one of our wheel chairs, available for free hire. Access Statement
The Coach House Tea Room
Refreshments: Homemade teas and light lunches available in the Coach House tea room with ancilliary Rolls Room offering undercover seating for approx. 100.
Homemade or locally made quiches and free range pork pies served with salads, beetroot & goats cheese salad, ploughman’s lunches, soups (seasonal) and sandwiches are available as a light lunches.
Hole Park is renowned for its delicious homemade cakes and scones, all prepared on site by Clare, wife of Edward Barham the owner of these beautiful gardens. It’s the homemade touch that makes them such a success, scones served with clotted cream and locally made jam.
Good choice of plants available during Spring openings,
Annual season tickets may be purchased allowing unlimited entry on public open days. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01580 241344.
NGS Open Days
Sunday 14th April 2019
Wednesday 1st May 2019
Sunday 2nd June 2019 (NGS Festival weekend)
Sunday 13th October 2019
Dogs are welcome on these days
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Discounted and Season Tickets/HHA do not apply on charity openings, NGS days or special event days (The Wealden Times Midsummer Fair 6th – 8th June, Jagfest 16th June, Proms Spectacular 23rd & 24th August* and Napoleonic Re-enactment 31st August & 1st September 2019) *some events are subject to confirmation).