English Garden

Our garden is a tranquil spot where guests can wander, children can play, and visitors can mingle. A place where, like the poets who lived here a century before, you can feel the connection with nature.

Lawns, flower borders, trees and a long herbaceous border with grasses and plants that wave and rustle to echo the river flow beyond. A hidden seating area underneath a canopy of trees for dreamy encounters and get togethers.



β€œOn many afternoons they gardened, in a spirit of pagan delight.”


Edith Cooper and Katherine Bradley wrote under the pseudonym Michael Field and lived here in 1899 -1910.
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