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Goldstone Hall Hotel Gardens

Summer is the very best time of year to visit Goldstone Hall Hotel's famous walled gardens full of roses and colourful long herbaceous borders.


GAP Photos/Jenny Lilly

Feature No:   4931 

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The Goldstone Hall Garden is a diverse garden with a magnificent rose terrace featuring Rosa 'Silver Wedding', at it's best in June but with roses which keep flowering until September; overlooking the vast walled garden filled to bursting with Epilobium angustifolium var. album, delphiniums, veratrum spires, alliums, astilbes, verbascums, phlox, to name but a few of the varied and colourful plants. Designed by the first owner, Helen Ward, who transformed what was once a wilderness into the award winning gardens of today. Helen has passed on this love of the garden to her son, John Cushing, the current owner of the Hotel and gardens. The one and a half acre kitchen garden is famous locally and Nationally as one of the largest and most productive Hotel kitchen gardens and provides a large proportion of the Hotel's seasonally grown produce. The gardens are used as a backdrop for Weddings and the colour scheme of the borders is soft, and pastel which works beautifully for this purpose. There is an Oak Pavilion where they are licensed to conduct civil weddings for up to 100. The current Head Gardener, Nick Huxley, formerly Head Gardener of nearby Wollerton Old Hall, has transformed the kitchen garden into the thriving plot that it is today, and during his ten year tenure he has made many improvements to the garden.



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