A walled garden surrounded by a woodland garden. It is close to Chesil beach and separate from the site of the now-demolished house in which its maker, Lord Ilchester, lived. The old kitchen garden is given a sub-tropical air by the palm trees but the real attraction is the lush planting in the valley garden. It has some of the most extensive gunnera plantings in England. Abbotsbury has been described as 'Probably one of the best gardens of its type in the world.'
Question: what is its design style?
Answer: the Mixed Style of garden design.
Though it was begun in 1765, Abbotsbury's character is that of the Victorian age.
Bullers Way, Abbotsbury, Weymouth, Dorset, England, DT3 4LA
10am - 4pm in the winter season (last entry 3pm) and 10am - 5pm in the summer season (last entry 4pm)