Hole Park is perhaps noted for topiary and an amazing display of spring colour, in particular bluebells, followed by stunning wisteria and herbaceous borders.

Part of the Seven Wonders of the Weald discount pass.

Dogs must be kept on a short lead at all times and bins are provided for owners to use when clearing up after their dogs.

“This new initiative has proved very popular and we have received some great feedback from visitors”, said owner Edward Barham, “The pathways around the gardens and woodland make for a perfect dog walk, with plenty to explore throughout the seasons.”

Dogs are allowed in the courtyard by the Coach House on leads but not allowed in the Rolls Room or Coach House.  Water is also available for dogs in the outdoor seating area next to the Coach House.

Opens daily from 1 April. From 5 July, open Wednesdays and Thursdays only from 11am – 6pm. From October, open on Sundays only 11am – 6pm

A pretty Grade II Lutyens cottage in the peaceful hamlet of Rolvenden Layne. Ideally situated for numerous National Trust sites including Sissinghurst Castle and Bodiam. There are the beautiful gardens at Great Dixter and in our village we have Hole Park Gardens. If vineyards are on your agenda there are several nearby, award winning Chapel Down is just a 10 minute car journey. The historic market town of Tenterden is a 5 minute drive, where you will find antique shops galore and many little independent shops. You can board the Kent and Sussex steam train to Bodiam Castle. The coast at Rye is only a 20 minute drive with excellent beaches at Camber.

On your return from your busy sightseeing you can relax in the pretty garden before supper at the “Ewe and Lamb” which is an easy 200 yards stroll. We are 13 miles from Headcorn railway station. We have ample on-site parking and offer a warm welcome.



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