Parkland garden accessed via adjacent retail nursery. Set around C18 house (not open), home to Queen Wilhelmina of Netherlands in WW2. Large lawn with ha-ha and woodland walks. Notable trees incl historic cedars and araucaria. March brings an abundance of daffodils and in May a 60 metre wall of wisteria.
Attractions incl a C18 icehouse and access to adjacent NT woodland.
Saturday 17 March (10am - 4pm), Sunday 18 March (10.30am - 3pm), Saturday 26 May (10am - 4pm), Sunday 27 May, Monday 28 May (10.30am - 3pm). Admission £4.00, children free. We regret that this garden is not opening Saturday 5 May, Sunday 6 May, Monday 7 May.
Visitors also welcome by arrangement March to September for groups of 10-20. Admission £4.00, children free.
A level site with firm gravel paths for wheelchair access.
How to find us
Stubbings House, Henley Road, Maidenhead, Berkshire, SL6 6QL
2m W of Maidenhead. From A4130 Henley Rd follow signed private access road opp Stubbings Church. See website for further directions.
More about Stubbings House
18th century Stubbings House (not open) and Estate (80 acres) was home to Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands during WW2. The gardens consist of a large lawn area with significant Cedars, ha-ha and vista to farmland beyond. Access is provided through the adjoining retail nursery. A 60 metre wall densely covered with Wisteria in May, faces a long herbaceous border. Woodland walks provide access to 250 acres of the adjacent National Trust Woodland (Maidenhead Thicket). Walks traverse this woodland which include the Iron Age settlement known locally as Robin Hood Arbour and 18th century Ice House located adjacent to the House. Main interest: Spring flowers early April, Wisteria in May, also specimen trees including 250 year old Cedars and massive Araucaria.