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Hangeridge Farmhouse

Rural fields and mature trees surround this 1 acre informal garden offering views of the Blackdown and Quantock Hills. Magnificent hostas and heathers, colourful flower beds, cascading wisteria and roses and a trickling stream are features on offer. Relax with home-made refreshments on sunny or shaded seating admiring the views and birdsong.

Sunday 9 April, Sunday 2 July, Wednesday 5 July, Sunday 6 August (2 - 5pm). Admission £3.00, children free. Home-made teas.

Visitors also welcome by arrangement April to August for groups of 10+. Admission £3.00, children free. Cream teas.

Mrs J M Chave
01823 662339
hangeridge@hotmail.co.uk

How to find us

Hangeridge Farmhouse, Wrangway, Wellington, Somerset, TA21 9QG

2m S of Wellington. 1m off A38 bypass signed Wrangway. 1st L towards Wellington monument, over motorway bridge 1st R.

More about Hangeridge Farmhouse

Surrounded by fields with grazing Shetlands, mature trees and herbaceous borders, this one acre mature garden offers a variety of seating to take in the far reaching views of the Blackdown and Quantock Hills. Magnificent hostas and heathers, a babbling brook, large colourful flower beds, pergolas cascading with wisteria and roses as well as a Japanese-style corner are some of the interesting features. Listen to the beautiful birdsong and admire the rural setting whilst enjoying afternoon tea and home-made cake.