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Linden Lodge

6 acres in all. 1 acre garden owner designed and constructed since 2000. Gravel paths edged with brick or lavender, many borders with unusual mixed herbaceous perennials, shrubs and feature trees. A wildlife pond, summer house, kitchen garden, glasshouse. Orchard and woodland area. Formal garden with pond and water feature. 5 acres of developing meadow, trees, pathways, hens and Shetland sheep.

Plant sales.

Saturday 23 June (12 - 4pm). Light refreshments.
Sunday 24 June (1 - 5pm). Cream teas.
Saturday 30 June, Saturday 7 July (12 - 4pm). Light refreshments.
Admission £4.00, children free.
Saturday garden openings, light lunches/cakes are served.

Visitors also welcome by arrangement in June opening during the last 2 weeks of June min of 20 visitors. Please enquire about price when booking. Cream teas.

Robert Scott & Jarrod Marsden
07900 003538
rdsjsm@gmail.com

Gravel paths and shallow steps.

How to find us

Linden Lodge, Newbridge Lane, nr Wilberfoss, York, Yorkshire, YO41 5RB

10m E of York. From York on the A1079, ignore signs for Wilberfoss, take next turning signed Bolton village, after 1m at the Xrds, turn L onto Newbridge Lane, Linden Lodge is on R in 200m.

More about Linden Lodge

Acquired in 2010, the 5 acres divided into three fields, the first being developing meadow grass, various small groupings of indigenous trees and over 450 Norwegian Spruce and free range hens. The middle field has a developing grass meadow with wildlife habitat and finally in the far field rare breed Shetland sheep. Cut path ways to walk around the fields which lead to the field hut near the little beck. There are seats strategically placed at points on your walk, to take in the far reaching views of the Yorkshire Wolds.

The main 1 acre garden has plenty of seats for you to take in the atmosphere and varied vistas. A garden plan and photo board showing the development and aerial views taken in July 2001 and July 2007 are situated near the house. There are photo albums in the summer house showing the continued development of the garden.
Refreshments and cream teas are served from the Bothy situated in the rear paddock.