The gardens at Parsonage Farm are a delight throughout all the seasons but invite particularly for a stroll from spring to autumn. There is something new to discover around each corner, as there are little gardens within the garden. True to the Tudor and 17th century spirit, we grow all our vegetables and fruit here on the farm, to enable us to an authentic approach to period cooking which is always dependent on the season and what nature has to offer. You will discover gardens which have been specially designed to in-cooperate Tudor and Stuart features such as a knot garden, herb garden, the " banqueting house " in form of a Chinese building , and a tulip bed to celebrate the 17th century " Tulipmania ". In 2015, a " Richard III "  memorial garden was created using red willow ( House of Lancaster ) and white wild Roses ( House of York ) There are many opportunities to sit down and rest on a number of benches, scattered all around the gardens. All outbuildings serve modern purposes such as an indoor pool & small gym ( open to guests 24 hours ), a furniture restoration workshop and garaging. 

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