A ‘must-visit’ is the bright burst of sparky blooms, as summer turns to autumn in the gardens at Pashley Manor. Located on the border of Sussex and Kent, the gardens are ablaze with colour from the thousands of dazzling dahlias, during the Dahlia Days event.
Hole Park Gardens is a cherished gem of an estate garden in a rural location at the edge of the borough near Rolvenden. Really very beautiful, and after the bluebell season, autumn is a shining beacon in their botanical calendar.
The cafe is often staffed by the owner, Edward Barham who provides the archetypal English afternoon tea with homemade scones, jam and cream and that blissfully reviving cup of tea.
Scotney Castle, as a National Trust property, is yet another one of the ultimate places to admire the best of Mother Nature in autumn in the region of Tunbridge Wells. Don’t forget your camera, a truly Instagrammable inspiration! Enjoy walking for free around the Estate and woodland or treat yourself to a castle entrance.