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Set amongst the beautiful Northamptonshire countryside, this 60-acre private woodland garden contains a large and notable collection of plants ranging from unusual trees and shrubs to a wide range of selected lilies and other bulbs. Opening times...more
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We visited on a sunny Sunday morning and the snowdrops were looking at their best. A lovely surprise was the stunning carpet of purple blue crocus. To finish off the walk, we went to the cafe which seemed very disorganised and we had a 40...More
We visited the Gardens today and was really quite disappointed, the drive to the entrance is dangerous with some very deep potholes, the walkway from the entrance to the garden is wet and slippery and the gardens themselves in some places are extremely muddy and...More
This is our second visit here and thoroughly enjoyed our walk. The paths are well marked and the snow drops beautiful. We called into the cafe and enjoyed a hot chocolate in a lovely barn, the prices were very reasonable. Definitely worth a visit.
Visited for the first time.
On site parking.
It was pretty quiet being a monday. We were able to pay our entry £5 ea. in the honesty box and collect a leaflet/map at the gate.
The woodland was immaculately kept with easy walking on mowed...More
Wow what a hidden gem.
It was £5 entry per person which we were happy to pay, but we stupidly forgot to bring cash (cash only). The staff were so nice about it and let us pay using their card machine in the cafe (but...More
Good opportunity to get the children together and learn the names of trees. Plenty of different walks and opportunity to have a picnic. Take the opportunity to stop in Evenley as it’s a pretty Village. £5 entry per adult, children under 12 free.
Though not at its best due to the ongoing extremely hot weather, we enjoyed dawdling along the many paths throughout the wood. We all commented that on another occasion there would be an abundance of flowers to see but on this visit there were only...More
We enjoyed our first visit to this delightful woods. It was full of interesting plants and shrubs many of which we had not heard of or seen before. Most were labelled which we found very helpful.
We will continue to visit at different times of...More
The planting of clumps of lily martagon with their colourful reflexed flowers and climbing roses amongst many specimen trees creates interest with the stream running through giving movement.The seats provide a place to listen and see the many bird species.
Response from Evenley W | Property representative |
Thank you for visiting us, and sincere apologies for the inconvenience caused. I'm afraid our current brochure isn't very clear as the 'tempting treats' section appears to state that our café is open every weekend... More
Thank you for visiting us, and sincere apologies for the inconvenience caused. I'm afraid our current brochure isn't very clear as the 'tempting treats' section appears to state that our café is open every weekend, however it is actually only available up until the end of May (this is stated under 'opening times and admission prices' and on our website). We've noted your feedback and will make the necessary alterations to next year's promotional material so that the information is clearer.
PR and Events Coordinator
Evenley Wood Garden