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All reviews vita sackville west white garden national trust vegetable garden worth the climb nt properties full bloom car park formal gardens stunning gardens spring flowers spiral staircase surrounding countryside garden shop oast house open to the public well worth the visit
Spring is on the way and the garden is full of blossom and bulbs in flower - the Orchard looked so pretty, with its host of golden daffodils. Will be excited to return over the coming months to see how the restoration of the Mediterranean...More
This visit during early Spring rather than the last for me which was early Autumn, was blissful, even on a very windy late afternoon.
Easy to find and plenty of parking, a short walk brings one to the usual very good NT facilities.
For a quick visit only you can visit the tea rooms free of charge - lovely coffee and home made cakes - very pleasant seating area and access to the National Trust gift shop. The gardens at Sissinghurst are wonderful in spring and summer. It...More
Visited last week during a heavy monsoon rain. Enjoyed the talk in the cottage living quarters.The grounds and planting areas are stunning! Cant wait to go back in summer when the garden comes alive. All the staff were very friendly and engaging, especially Sandy in...More
Have visited this garden many times,but cannot believe they have dug up a beautiful spring garden area, in order to put a Mediterranean garden.This is Kent countryside.Restaurant very poor,jacket potatoes or 3 choices of sandwiches
Sissinghurst really is a brilliant place to visit if you are in Kent. The walled garden is blooming with spring flowers and it raises your spirits just walking around. There is some work being done on part of the garden which you can’t access but...More
Made a return visit today as we previously had just dropped in on the way bye. The gardens are closed for obvious reasons, to maintain them in good condition for the rest of the year. The tower is well worth the climb, with wonderful views...More
Decided to take our 1yr old grandson out to visit Sissinghurst today and we weren't allowed to taken his buggy in so we went to Scotney instead, much more friendlier and welcoming property.
At sissinghurst we had to leave buggy at the entrance and carry...More
A lovely walk for us and our dog. A little bit muddy and the paths were not very well sign posted. We had a lovely tea at the tea room. Parking space available for plenty of cars. Overall it was nice. We could not see...More
I returned here after 20 years..I was a little disappointed. Too many changes. The guide we had around the cottage was awful, she didn't really flow and was not great with knowledge. The buildings are still stunning but the gardens are ever changing and losing...More