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Pashley Manor Gardens

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Pashley Manor
Ticehurst
Nr Wadhurst
East Sussex
TN5 7HE

Tel: +44 01580 200888

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Pashley Manor Gardens

Delight in the sweeping herbaceous borders, elegant rose and historic walled gardens, the productive kitchen garden, enchanting woodland paths and tranquil vistas that form this award winning garden.

Relish the gardeners’ attention to detail; savour the homemade, local food in the café; relax on the terrace with refreshments; be captivated by the exhibitions of sculpture and art; peruse the gift shop and be charmed by the knowledgeable and friendly team.  

Experience these sumptuous gardens from April to September, Tuesday to Saturday, or visit during a special event to enjoy spectacular displays of many thousands of tulips, over a hundred varieties of roses, perfumed lilies and more.  

Group Visits - Pashley is an ideal destination for groups of garden lovers, art and history enthusiasts, keen photographers or those looking for a peaceful and enjoyable day out surrounded by beauty and nature.  Group Rates; Free coach parking; Driver incentives.  Add a trip to another local attraction to complement your visit to the gardens at Pashley.

Pashley hosts marquee wedding receptions from May to September and is also available for private hire and corporate events.

Disabled Visitors - Due to the sloping nature of the garden, and the gravel paths, motorised wheelchairs are advised or a strong person to push! The gardens are only partially accessible to disabled visitors - the formal garden, terrace, gift shop and cafe are all accessible but the sloping gravel paths towards the woodland and behind the ponds are difficult to navigate. We advise you to telephone before visiting so that we may give you full details of access to ensure a safe, comfortable and enjoyable experience. We have two wheelchairs (non-motorised) which must be pre-booked. We also have special lavatory facilities. Disabled Parking is at the bottom of the main car park field - right next to the entrance to the gardens. On rare occasions, if poor field conditions make parking here impractical, signs will direct you to the front of the main house.

 

Awards

  • Regional and Miscellaneous -Tourism South East Member Tourism South East Member 2017

Opening Times

2017 (1 Apr 2017 - 30 Sep 2017)
DayTimes
Monday
Tuesday10:0017:00*
Wednesday10:0017:00*
Thursday10:0017:00*
Friday10:0017:00*
Saturday10:0017:00*
Sunday
Dates and times marked with a '*' are provisional and may be subject to change

Prices

Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
Adult£10.00
Child aged 6-16£5.00
Season£31.00 per ticket
Tulip Festival£10.00 per ticket

Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.

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