Large s-facing garden with lots of mature shrubs incl camellias, rhododendrons and azaleas. An arboretum with a variety of flowering and fruit trees. The old yew and beech hedges give a certain amount of formality to this traditional English garden. Tea on the terrace is a must with the most beautiful view of the South Downs. For the more energetic there is a woodland walk.
Sunday 9 April, Sunday 16 April (1.30 - 5pm). Admission £5.00, children free. Tea.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, home-made teas will not be available on Sunday 9 & Sunday 16 April as published.
This garden also makes a donation to Iping Church.
Mr & Mrs M Lakin
Partial wheelchair access as garden is set on a slope.
How to find us
Hammerwood House, Iping, Midhurst, Sussex, GU29 0PF
3m W of Midhurst. Take A272 from Midhurst, approx 2m outside Midhurst turn R for Iping. From A3 leave for Liphook, follow B2070, turn L for Milland & Iping.
More about Hammerwood House
Mature 5-acre garden with yew and beech hedges giving structure to rhododendron, azaleas with other shrubs. Traditional herbaceous border below the S-side of the house. Arboretum planted 15-yrs-ago. After your delicious home-made tea on the newly planted terrace, with the most stunning views of the S Downs, you can take a stroll through the wild water gardens.