Barrington Court


Barrington Court is noted for its gardens for which Gertrude Jekyll provided planting plans. It was  laid out in 1917 in a series of walled rooms that include a white garden, a rose and iris garden and a lily garden.

The kitchen garden provides produce for their own restaurant, located in the adjacent Strode House and includes all types of fruit and vegetables.

The large 16th century Tudor mansion is now empty but still open to the public.

Open: Every day 10am-5pm

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