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The Chalet

55 acres. Carpets of tens of thousands of daffodils; lakes, ornamental ponds, koi pond and waterfall. Ancient woodlands, grasslands and formal garden. Large planted terraces. Beautiful Victorian mansion (not open). Woodland and garden trail.

On view, a limited edition Blue Train Bentley, a Phantom Rolls Royce and a helicopter plus the oldest FA Cup and other trophies.

Sunday 1 April, Sunday 8 April (11am - 4.30pm). Admission £5.00, children free. Home-made teas.

This garden also makes a donation to St Catherine's Hospice.

Miss Lesley Manning & Mr David Gold

Partial wheelchair access, some steep slopes. 3 large unfenced ponds.

How to find us

The Chalet, Tupwood Lane, Caterham, Surrey, CR3 6ET

½m N of M25 J6. Exit J6 off M25 onto A22 to N. After ½m take sharp 1st L, or follow signs from Caterham. Ample free parking. Disabled access via top gate.

More about The Chalet

The Chalet sits on top of a steep hill with magnificent views towards the South Downs. Ponds have encouraged a myriad of wildlife, including newts, frogs, grass snakes, ducks and herons and a Badger sett. Deer and their fawns are seen regularly enjoying the plants on the terraces! Woodlands and grasslands attract owls, sparrowhawks, kestrels, woodpeckers, black caps, gold finches and numerous other birds. Wild areas of buddleias, thistles and nettles lure a variety of butterflies. Visitors can enjoy walking around the extensive grounds and then enjoy delicious homemade cake and tea on one of the terraces. There will be a variety of entertainment for the whole family including birds of prey, owls, vintage cars, all day music and theatre, fun for the children plus lots lots more. This is a real celebration of Spring.