Woolbeding Gardens is a twentieth century garden created by the late Sir Simon Sainsbury, great-grandson of the founder of the supermarket chain and himself a director then deputy chairman of the company during a key period of its growth, and his partner Stewart Grimshaw.
Midhurst, West Sussex, England, GU29 9RR
almost 2 years by Leaf x 5 / 5Wow, last day of you season and we were made to feel as welcome as we should be on the 1st, a lovely place and a surprise at every turn, Mr Grimshaw should be very proud of his achievements, I will come back on a sunny day and see all the different areas again... thanks for letting us in!
almost 2 years by Anonymous 5 / 5An excellent garden with lots of stunning planting combinations. The garden is unlike other NT gardens and is well worth a visit. We parked at Midhurst and got the free minibus which was hassle free and the driver was very welcoming.
about 2 years by Anonymous 5 / 5And fab garden with lots of interesting planting schemes and very well maintained. The staff were very helpful and we used the mini bus from Midhurst and then enjoyed afternoon tea in one of the many cafes in the town. We were glad we booked because when we arrived a couple had been turned away for not booking.
almost 3 years by Anonymous 5 / 5Please do not ignore the NT website and park along the verge. It is destroying the verges themselves and making it very unpleasent for the local people. Also if it continues the gardens may be forced to close which would be a shame. Please do call and book to visit and use the shuttle service or the parking as advised.
almost 3 years by Anonymous 4 / 5An excellent garden - not quite up there at the top with Sissinghurst and Hidcote, but very nearly. The main garden is divided into many small "rooms" each of which is well planted and had lots of blooms even in mid-August. There is a separate valley garden about 400 m to the south with a lake, cascade, chinese bridge etc., accessible by a walk across a grass field.
almost 3 years by Anonymous 1 / 5whats that big metal thing that dribbles water down it on the west side of the main house its hideous
about 3 years by Adam Hodge 4 / 5A garden of different characters! In the vicinity of the house, amongst various delights, is a study in formal small gardens within the walled garden area, along with classic long borders and an extra-ordinary sized stainless steel....feature
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