Belmont is an eighteenth century house (designed by Samuel Wyatt) with a Victorian garden. The old garden has a yew walk, borders, a pool, a rockery and a folly. The former vegetable garden Belmont has been re-designed by Arabella Lennox Boyd. Fruit and vegetables are still grown but the space is also an aesthetic design and it is interesting to see the two objectives combined. There is also a mandala garden outside the walled garden.
Belmont Park, Throwley, Faversham, Kent, England, ME13 0HH
House open April to end September, Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holiday Mondays. Open 2pm to 5pm. Gardens open all year daily 10am to 6pm (or dusk).
Adult House & Garden £7.00, Garden only £4.00