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The Old Rectory, Westoning

Ancient box and yew hedges surround the colour coordinated beds of this two acre garden. Spring is greeted by hellebores, primroses and daffodils with magnolias blooming in profusion. Roses, delphiniums and lupins complement the flowering trees and shrubs of summer with the romantic meadow full of poppies and cornflowers. Come and enjoy the the sight and and smell of a traditional English garden.

Monday 2 April, Sunday 10 June (2 - 5.30pm). Admission £4.00, children free. Cream teas in C14 church next door.

Ann & Colin Davies

Wheelchair access generally good.

How to find us

The Old Rectory, Westoning, Church Road, Westoning, Bedfordshire, MK45 5JW

2m S of Flitwick. Off A5120, 2m N of M1 J12. ¼m up Church Rd, next to church.

More about The Old Rectory, Westoning

The Old Rectory, next to the 14th century parish church in Westoning, is a traditional 2-acre garden on mainly sandy soil with box and laurel hedges, a formal lawn, and many mature shrubs and trees. The colour co-ordinated herbaceous beds are refreshed every year. There is also a romantic cornfield meadow, fruit trees, an English rose garden, a pond, a rockery and a small vegetable garden. There should be a good show of hellebores and daffodils for the spring opening.

Ancient box and yew hedges surround the colour coordinated beds in this 2-acre garden. Spring is greeted with hellebores, primroses and daffodils with magnolias blooming in profusion. Later roses, delphiniums and lupins complement the flowering trees and shrubs of summer with poppies and cornflowers blooming in the meadow . Tread the lawns to see and smell a traditional English garden.