Notes from the head gardener. Highlighting the must sees.
Harold and Vita's love letters
Romance blossoms in every corner.
The Oast Houses were the place to dry hops.
A fire at the bottom, the hops spread out in the middle, the smoke vented out the top.
Cheers for Beer!
A gardener's perfect lunch.
Fresh greens, spring asparagus and chopped egg.
A mossy bench.
We already have a plan to re-create this at home!
A good place to rest.
It was raining hard, but this was by far my favorite garden.
10 acres of beautiful gardens around a 17th century house.
I really felt at home here. This garden was fun!
A swimming pool, a croquet lawn, a grass tennis court, eclectic art and re-purposed relics.
I just wanted to invite all my friends, fire up the barbecue and have a party :D
The Siberian Iris look like a flight of butterflies in this inspired wildflower meadow.
A Victorian gazebo for storing the croquet sets.
Our guide and the homeowner, talks of finding broken pottery around the estate and how his wife made this lovely mosaic patio with the finds.
Vintage tools and signs as decor.
We wonder if they have a spare room for 2 hard Working Gardeners and 2 Airedale Terriers?