West Green House Gardens


As featured in The Telegraph’s Best Walled Gardens to Visit – ‘a magical garden’

See the slideshow of all 9 gardens here - we’re slide number 5

The Gardens reopen on Wednesday, March 2nd from 11am to 4.30pm

Then open Wednesday through Sunday each week until Sunday October 30th 2016, including Bank Holiday Mondays

On garden open days, the Tea Room opens from 11am to 4pm 

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.


Our Latest News… 


Early February 2016… Spring is stirring itself!

Spring floral arrangementDown in the garden it’s a hive of activity.

The garden team are still busy with some major tree work, plus spreading lots of mulch on the borders and making sure the greenhouse is filled with flowers.

The bulbs are pushing their noses through the soil, with snowdrops and hellebores making a welcome appearance in various borders. The Lakefield has some early daffodils in bloom, though January’s frosts have held back plenty so they’re ready for our reopening in March.

For a sneaky peek at how the garden is looking, see February’s newsletter. There are plenty of bright flowers in there to help cheer up the last remains of winter.

Garden visitors should note we open again on Wednesday March 2nd at 11am.


Our next event…

Mothering Sunday


Special Afternoon TeaSunday 6th March, 2 to 4.30pm

A special treat for mother…

… stroll in the gardens (complimentary), then celebrate in our flower-filled greenhouse with a glass of bubbles and a special afternoon tea served on silver stands.

Price includes complimentary garden visit, afternoon tea and “bubbles”, plus a floral gift for mother. £39 per person (£15 school-age children).

Pre-booking essential on 01252 844 611


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.

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