The garden, which lies at the rear of the property, has been created to provide a fascinating glimpse of ornamental garden features, usage and fashion from the Tudor period.
It has undergone many transformations over the years by the different owners of the house, including being used as part of a dye works in Victorian times. In the 1980s it was re-planned by influential garden designer Dr. Sylvia Landsberg and planted to recreate how it may have been in the 1500s, with formal pathways and low hedges forming an intricate, symmetrical ‘knot’ design, interwoven with plants.
The Tudor House Café provides the perfect vantage point to enjoy the garden, whilst indulging in a delicious cream tea.
Other Gardens in Hampshire
England has some of the finest gardens in the world, from dramatic historic landscapes designed by ‘Capability’ Brown, to fragrant English rose gardens. 2016 is the year of the English garden, and Hampshire has some of the best (including our very own at Tudor House!). Discover more at www.gardensinhampshire.co.uk.