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Littlebredy Walled Gardens

Littlebredy, England
+44 1305 898055
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Little gem in beautiful Dorset countryside

Visited Gardens and village today. Small but lovely gardens in beautiful valley setting. Followed... read more

Reviewed 14 September 2017
colin h
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Hadleigh, United Kingdom
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Wonderful community effort

These gardens are open a couple of days a week, check before you travel. Also they are on a slope... read more

Reviewed 23 July 2017
janetgonegardening
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Cheshire, United Kingdom
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Former productive grounds within the Bridehead Estate at Littlebredy, with the River Bride stream flowing through the Walled Garden. There are 1200ft of herbaceous borders with roses and lavender, soft fruit and vegetable potagers. Teas available. Open Wed, Sun & BH Mons 2pm to 5pm (to 6pm in June & July) from Easter Sunday to end-September. Free parking.
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Sep 13, 2017
“Little gem in beautiful Dorset countryside ”
Jul 23, 2017
“Wonderful community effort”
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Littlebredy, England
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+44 1305 898055
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Reviewed 14 September 2017 via mobile

Visited Gardens and village today. Small but lovely gardens in beautiful valley setting. Followed this by equally enjoyable cup of tea and cake in their tea rooms. The volunteers who run the operation couldn't have been more welcoming or helpful. After tea we walked around...More

Thank colin h
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Reviewed 23 July 2017

These gardens are open a couple of days a week, check before you travel. Also they are on a slope and lots of the paths are grass so in wet weather they do not open. The tearoom is good with great looking cakes although we...More

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Reviewed 8 June 2016

The garden is lovely, a perfect balance of cared for yet natural and organic. It must not be well known because i went on a beautiful sunny day and had the place largely to myself for about an hour. The staff were very friendly and...More

Thank Marc M
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Reviewed 27 August 2015

The village lies in a valley alongside the River Bride and the grounds of Bridehead estate. The walled garden (entrance fee £4) which we read about in a national newspaper is a little gem of a place, and is being gradually restored. Situated on a...More

3  Thank Gillian K
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Reviewed 12 July 2015

Although I live fairly close to this wonderful hidden gem,I must confess that we came upon it totally unexpectedly. Tucked away well off the beaten track,our reception was very friendly, and it was suggested that after viewing the garden we might like tea under the...More

3  Thank Brian S
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Janis C
21 May 2018|
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Response from Chris B | Property representative |
Yes, dogs are welcome on a short lead, but please pick up and take home any mistakes though! A water bowl is provided at the barn.
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Mel S
23 September 2017|
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Hello Mel, we try to open the Littlebredy Walled Gardens from Easter to the end of September on Wednesday and Sunday afternoons from 2pm to 5pm or later. However, we are all volunteers, so if no-one is available then... More
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