West Green House Gardens
West Green House Gardens offers four seasons of beauty, contrast and inspiration. Created by acclaimed garden designer and writer, Marylyn Abbott and situated in picturesque North Hampshire, it is one of England’s finest manor house gardens, marrying traditional style with contemporary design. It is also home to the West Green House Opera Season which this year takes place between July 23rd and 31st. The opera has its own website for full details about the Season and all on-line ticket booking, but brief details follow at the bottom of this page.
‘A magical garden’ – As featured in The Telegraph’s Best Walled Gardens to Visit
As seen on BBC2′s Gardeners’ World and Best Bakes Ever
Open Wednesday through Sunday until October 30th, 11am to 4.30pm. We also open on Good Friday, Easter Saturday, Easter Sunday and Bank Holiday Mondays.
On garden open days, the Tea Room opens from 11am to 4pm
Our next event…
Autumn celebrations… and… woooooooo it’s, Hallowe’en!
There are Hallowe’en treats, ghostly cakes, biscuits and spiced cider to sample.
See our demonstration of pumpkin carving, with plenty of ideas for you to take home.
Plus it’s competition time! Two tickets for our Ghost of West Green House story in December’s Winter Festival are up for grabs for the child with the best Hallowe’en costume.
There’s a FREE bag of apples for each family to take home, whilst stocks last.
Everything will be in our heated greenhouse, so the fun takes place whatever the weather.
Save the date! West Green’s famous Christmas Fair opens on Wednesday, November 16th at 11am.
See our Events Page for more information on these and our other forthcoming events.
Note: West Green House is operated as a private property, and is leased from the National Trust. The House is not open to the public.
Picnics are only permitted outside the main entrance gate, either in the Old Orchard which is adjacent to the Greenhouses or in the car park. Please ensure you take all your litter home with you.
No dogs please, except for Support Dogs.