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Pashley Manor Gardens

Pashley Manor is a house with Tudor front (1550), Queen Anne rear (1720) and 11 acres of award winning gardens. There is evidence of gardening at Pashley from the 16th Century and the park has 500-year old oak trees. Pashley Manor Gardens have been replanted by Mr and Mrs James Sellick, with the advice of Antony du Gard Pasley, since 1981. The abundant Kitchen Garden supplies fresh herbs, salads and vegetables to the Garden Room Cafe. Other features include a mid-Victorian greenhouse, Rose Walk, terrace, fountain, ponds, herbaceous borders and woodland that is open when it is carpeted in bluebells. The garden offers colour and interest throughout the year and magnificent views from the terrace to Brightling Beacon and across the Sussex countryside. There is also a programme of special events, including the popular Tulip Festival in late April/early May, and a season long exhibition of sculpture and botanical art.
Photograph © Oxford Botanica/Adam Hodge
Photograph © Oxford Botanica/Adam Hodge
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Photograph © Oxford Botanica/Adam Hodge
Photograph © Oxford Botanica/Adam Hodge
Photograph © Pashley Manor Gardens
Photograph © Pashley Manor Gardens
Photograph © Pashley Manor Gardens
Photograph © Oxford Botanica/Adam Hodge

Ticehurst, Near Wadhurst, East Sussex, England, TN5 7HE

Early April to end September. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Bank Holiday Mondays. Open 11am to 5pm.

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