Built in 1811 and originally a working farm, in 1973 the present owners began planting the many rare and unusual trees which form a beautiful arboretum – the Walnut tree is reputed to be the largest of its kind in Jersey. This is a rambling garden with a large lawn (where cows once grazed) surrounded by curved
beds and herbaceous borders filled with many interesting plants and shrubs including a collection of camellias brought from Cornwall.
Entrance is £4 per person and children under 12 are free.
We will be serving cream teas all afternoon at just £4 each. With clotted cream kindly donated by the Classic Herd Dairy.
There is plenty of free parking so it is all set to be a wonderful day out.
We look forward to seeing you there.