Tuesday 14th September – 2pm to 4pm (Sold out)
Against the backdrop of a beautiful house dating from the 14th century and with wonderful views across the Weald, the three acres of garden at Long Barn were laid out by Vita Sackville-West and Harold Nicolson, who lived here from 1915-1930 before moving to Sissinghurst Castle. At Long Barn they developed the style they were to perfect at the world-famous gardens of Sissinghurst, transforming the sloping site into terraces, secret gardens with delightful planting schemes, rose arbours and classical groves. The origins of Sissinghurst are clearly present. A more recent addition is the very attractive vegetable garden. There is a further opportunity to see this exceptional private garden on Tuesday 14th September.
Long Barn Road,
Wheelchair access: Yes
Dogs allowed: No Dogs
Tickets are now sold out. To be added to the waiting list please contact Kathryn Cracknell on 01892 820533 or firstname.lastname@example.org