Just across the Shropshire border this magical 12 acre garden was created in 1939, when Colonel Harry Clive began his transformation of a disused Victorian quarry for his wife Dorothy.
Today the garden boasts a spectacular woodland waterfall, thousands of spring bulbs, dazzling azaleas and Rhodendrons in late May. Fabulous summer border, a scree and watergarden.
Homemade baking and light lunches available in the delightful tearoom, with fabulous views of Staffordshire and Shropshire from the tearoom lawn.
Open April to September. Open every weekend in October 2012.
|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|Adult||£6.00 per ticket|
|Children (0-5 years of age)||Free|
|Children (6-18 years of age)||£1.00 child|
|Concession (state pensioner or student with NUS card)||£5.00 per ticket|
|Joint Membership||£39.00 per ticket|
Between 10 and 20 people admission £5.00 (free entry & complimentary refreshments for coach driver)
20 or more admission £5.00/ Complimentary refreshments and free admission for group organiser and coach driver (subject to answering advertising question on booking form). See website
Situated on the A51, midway between Nantwich and Stone. Only 7 miles from M6, jct 15 take A53 west, then A51 north.