View gallery

Channel View

Worthing

A seaside Tudor cottage garden, cleverly blending the traditional, antipodean and subtropical with dense planting, secret rooms and intriguing sight-lines. Sunny patios, insect friendly flowers and unusual structures supporting over a hundred roses, clematis and other climbers, as well as brick and flint paths inlaid with thundereggs, radiating from a wildlife pond in the heart of the garden.
  • read more

    The style of the garden is dense planting to sustain interest, discourage weeds, encourage wildlife and allow for our passion for unusual plants. Pots at different heights allow for a changing view and give prominence to some. A mix of wild and informal is created by close pruning of some trees and shrubs but leaving others to go free.

    We have a joint love of the garden, enjoying our varied vantage points in which to sit with breakfast or a glass of wine.

    The work of the garden is divided between us. Trevor manages the hedges, lawns and the larger pruning jobs and keeps a lookout for new roses and clematis to plant. At the last count there were 30 clematis. Jennie grows and propagates many plants and spends countless happy hours planning and caring for the garden.

    We love to share our garden with others and do hope that you manage to visit.

Features and Attractions

Numerous planted hanging baskets and containers, sinuous beds packed with flowers and foliage, with underplanting to ensure a 3D experience. Lots of unusual plants for sale.

Press and Media Coverage

Featured in Worthing Journal, West Sussex Gazette, Worthing Herald and Goring Guide 2018.

Channel View- Canceled

Refreshments:

On this day, this garden is open by arrangement, which means that you will have to contact the owner to arrange visits for groups.

Pre-booking essential, please go to our events page to book your tickets.

Admission by donation

Admission:
  • Adult:
  • Concessions:
  • Child:

On this day, this garden opens as part of .

Admission also gets you entry to this garden in the area:

Click the dropdown arrow next to the opening date above to find details of entry costs and to add the opening to your online calendar.

Click on any opening date on the calendar above to find details of entry times, entry price and to add the opening to your online calendar.

  • Regular opening
  • Open by arrangement only
  • Cancelled opening

Due to the poor weather over their open weekend, Channel View are now open to private visits on 22 & 23 June. Pre-booking essential, please phone 01903 242431 or email tjrollings@gmail.com

Owner Information

Jennie & Trevor Rollings
01903 242431
tjrollings@gmail.com

Loading... Share

Add this garden to your favourites – you'll be able to find it again more easily and, if you'd like, we can send you updates about future openings.

How to find us

Channel View
52 Brook Barn Way
Goring-by-Sea
Worthing
West Sussex
BN12 4DW

1m W of Worthing, near seafront.
  • More detailed directions
    Turn S off A259 into Parklands Ave, L at T-junction into Alinora Crescent. Brook Barn Way is immed on L.
Accessibility information

Limited wheelchair access.

More about Channel View

The style of the garden is dense planting to sustain interest, discourage weeds, encourage wildlife and allow for our passion for unusual plants. Pots at different heights allow for a changing view and give prominence to some. A mix of wild and informal is created by close pruning of some trees and shrubs but leaving others to go free.

We have a joint love of the garden, enjoying our varied vantage points in which to sit with breakfast or a glass of wine.

The work of the garden is divided between us. Trevor manages the hedges, lawns and the larger pruning jobs and keeps a lookout for new roses and clematis to plant. At the last count there were 30 clematis. Jennie grows and propagates many plants and spends countless happy hours planning and caring for the garden.

We love to share our garden with others and do hope that you manage to visit.

Not what you're looking for?
Back to your search