The Goldstone Hall Gardens haven can be enjoyed from March to October annually (and all year round for hotel guests) and includes a diverse and wide variety of flowering plants and trees, chosen for their suitability to climate and soil type, as well as their individual qualities such as fragrance, colour and stature.
From March, visitors can enjoy a walled garden with long, double tiered herbaceous borders, including seasonal perennial planting schemes and a sweeping lawn which leads down to the beginnings of a wildflower garden.
From June, the rose terrace provides a well-protected Summer lunch spot which overlooks the walled garden. The rose bushes are a mix of old varieties which give continuation of flowering through to September.
Summer heralds the bounty of Goldstone’s one acre kitchen garden – one of the largest and most productive hotel kitchen gardens in the U.K – with unique and enchanting herbal walkways which underpins the delivery of a restaurant celebrating the best of seasonally grown, preserved and locally sourced produce.
Also the later summer cutting garden and short woodland walk are enjoyable elements to the garden.