Pashley Manor Gardens

Pashley Manor, Ticehurst, Wadhurst, East Sussex, TN5 7HE

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Visit award winning Pashley Manor, on the border of Sussex and Kent to enjoy 11 acres of gorgeous gardens.

These gardens are family owned - the culmination of a lifetime of passion for gardening, an appetite for beauty and an admiration of the tradition of the English Country garden. A few hours in these immaculately maintained gardens is an ideal way to relax and reconnect with nature.

Whether you are new to gardening or a life-long fan we hope the gardens will give joy, and perhaps inspiration, or simply provide a meeting place to enjoy the beautiful vistas, fresh air and peaceful atmosphere while catching up with a friend. An abundance of colour and interest blooms from April right through to September. Daffodils, hellebores and magnolia in spring are followed by thousands and thousands of tulip, wisteria and bluebells. Then rhododendrons, azaleas and climbing roses and by mid-June hundreds of shrub roses have started to flourish.

The Kitchen Garden is plentiful all season – spinach and herbs are joined by courgettes, beans, soft fruits and artichokes then squash, pears and more … an absolute feast, with the fresh seasonal produce featuring on our Café menu. In later summer dahlias take over the garden in a riot of dazzling colours lasting right through into autumn.

Sweeping herbaceous borders are filled with hot reds, oranges and gold; the box hedged Rose Garden and Rose Walk are filled with pinks and whites; in the walled garden Mediterranean purples and blues reflect the water of the ornamental swimming pool; a small formal garden with a lawn and terrace is planted with calming, elegant whites and greens, while the terrace is lined with long borders gloriously overflowing with pinks and purples – at one end leading to the willow tree arching over the water, and at the other leading to beds filled with all shades of yellow and gold with pathways leading to the small orchard and beehives.

Glimpses of sculpture enhance the landscape - a stone Diana the Huntress marks the entrance to the wilder, woodland path that meanders behind the chain of ponds, passing a sculpture of Anne Boleyn on the moated island, believed to be the site of the original dwelling at Pashley, which was owned by the Boleyns and used as a hunting lodge.

Add to all this a Café, where the walls are decorated with the floral works of local artists, and with seating along the Terrace with excellent garden views, serving delicious homemade lunches, scones and cakes; a friendly and knowledgeable garden team; a well-stocked Gift Shop, with a small area selling plants; and a garden sculpture exhibition and the recipe for a wonderful day out is complete.

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Guide Prices

Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
Adult£14.50 per ticket
Tulip Festival£15.50

Note: Prices are a guide only. For further information please visit the website.



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    Recent Reviews:

    • Andrew B
      London, United Kingdom
      A delight as ever, to be recommended to anyone who appreciates real food, real people, real hospitality
      5 of 5 stars
      Sunday, 2nd June 2024
      A complete pleasure, so reliable, the same constant menu, high quality, generous portions, friendly helpful staff, and in the garden setting. This time, enjoyed the local smoked trout, with the... Read full review
    • SheMag
      Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
      The best things weren’t the plants
      3 of 5 stars
      Friday, 7th June 2024
      When I took up gardening about a decade ago now, I heard about Pashley Manor and its tulips and vowed to go one day. Well, Covid etc but finally I got there this year. The gentleman on the gate did... Read full review
    • jacobkings
      Maidstone, United Kingdom
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      5 of 5 stars
      Monday, 17th June 2024
      We visited for the rose festival and it disappoint. It was my grandma and grandads first visit here and they loved it. There’s so many lovely plants and well landscaped gardens. It isn’t too far to... Read full review

    Map & Directions

    Road Directions

    Just off the A21. On the B2099 between the A21 and Ticehurst village. Tourist brown signposted.

    Public Transport Directions

    Nearest station is Etchingham or Wadhurst. Taxi would need to be pre-booked from station to gardens



    • Guide Dogs Permitted
    • Parking Areas for Disabled Visitors
    • Ramp/Level Access
    • Toilets for Disabled Visitors


    • On-Site cafe/restaurant - Licensed cafe serving home-made soups, ploughmans' lunches, cakes, tea and coffee.
    • Picnic Site

    Establishment Features

    • Event Venue
    • Toilets

    Parking & Transport

    • On site parking
    • Parking (free)

    Payment Methods

    • Approx length of visit - 4 hours
    • Blue Badge Guides admitted free - By appointment
    • Delta accepted
    • Groups Accepted - Essential to prebook.
    • Maestro Accepted
    • MasterCard accepted
    • Max group size - 100
    • Min group size - 15
    • Open by appointment outside normal opening times
    • Special group rates - Except during tulip festival
    • TIC Staff Admitted Free - By appointment
    • Visa accepted

    Provider Preferences

    • In countryside
    • Outdoor Attraction

    Tours and Demonstrations

    • Educational Visits Accepted
    • Guided Tours Available for Groups - Must be pre-booked

    Opening Times

    2024 (1 Apr 2024 - 30 Sept 2024)
    Tuesday - Saturday10:00 - 17:00*
    Dates and times marked with a '*' are provisional and may be subject to change

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