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The garden is open from 29th March to 24th October 2015 on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays from 1pm to 5.30pm. The gardens at East Ruston Old Vicarage are one of the most exciting surprises in the county, who would...more
All reviews cakes every corner tea room happisburgh lighthouse plant sales area unusual plants wildflower meadow buy plants for sale different areas different seasons tea shop water features guide book well worth a visit lovely afternoon at reasonable prices
This place is such a gem of a find, privately owned gardens hosting both traditional and unusual species. Tranquil walks and hidden gardens along with spectacular viewing points of both the church and the lighthouse via living frames. The cafe serves delicious food (try the...More
What a great and extraordinary place. The owners have created this wonderful menagerie of gardens and it is an absolute joy to visit. In some ways I don't want to recommend it because I don't want it to become spoilt by too many visitors. The...More
The best gardens ever visited. Mr Gray and partner should be very proud indeed in what they have accomplished on this enormous plot over the years. There is not enough space to describe the many and various gardens and we learn more each time we...More
We moved to Bacton in January this year so we are only a couple of miles away from these beautiful gardens. which make it perfect for us to make full use of the season tickets our family gave us as a Christmas gift. We wondered...More
We have been to a great many gardens around the UK but this was the most impressive of them all. There were so many grand designs and intricate plantings that in places the garden was almost 'over the top' and left us speechless! Some of...More
What an amazing place so much to see and appreciate. We visited in late summer when you would think that the garden would be going over but how wrong you are
This is garden for all seasons and you can see the structure of the...More
Absolute dream place to visit, full of vibrant colours and designs, with a huge array of amazing garden displays, the sights and smells were a feast to ones senses.Grab a cup of tea and a slice of some amazing cakes.
Highlight of our Norfolk stay.
Had wondered whether it was worth paying to get into garden, but definitely was, so much to see and such a pretty garden with a surprise around each corner. Such a lovely cafe too, really tasteful with lots of tasty cakes and friendly staff