Pashley Manor Gardens
Pashley Manor Gardens
'One of the finest gardens in England', and a former winner of the Christies Garden of the Year award, Pashley Manor Garden is a very traditional country house garden surrounding a Grade I listed Tudor manor. Gravel and turf paths and terraces wind through delightful plantings, with excellent views over the nearby valleys.
There are woodland areas where bluebells provide a colourful Spring carpet, and wisteria cascades near the house. Tulips are profusely evident in Spring, giving way to azaleas, lavender, and lilies later in the year.

The house is a Grade-I listed timber-framed Elizabethan manor, built in 1550 and extended in 1720. The house is not generaly open to the public, but it does provide a lovely backdrop for the colourful gardens.

Pashley is a romantic garden, with iinnovative planting schemes including old trees, springs, fountains, and other water features.