Guy’s Cliffe Walled Garden Trust      :       Email: trustees@guyscliffewalledgarden.org.uk

Welcome to Guy’s Cliffe Walled Garden

The Walled Garden was originally part of the kitchen garden for Guy’s Cliffe House from at least the 1770s to the late 1940s.  In recent years the garden had become totally overgrown & derelict.  Clearance work on the site started in January 2014.  Since then volunteers have contributed many thousands of hours of work to bring the garden back to life.  


The aim of the volunteer project is to preserve and  restore the walls and glasshouses and return the site to a working Georgian/Victorian kitchen garden for the education benefit and enjoyment of the community, and to give an insight into how the garden supported an important country house.   The garden is listed as a Grade II site by English Heritage on the Register of Parks & Gardens of Special Historic Interest.  


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The Walled Garden before restoration

work began in January 2014

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The Walled Garden is behind Hintons
Nursery.  

 

Access & parking via Hintons Nursery, Coventry Road,

Guy’s Cliffe,

Warwick  CV34 5FJ


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Back to top 2023 down the main path Lavatera 'Windsor Castle', which was very popular with visitors

“An amazing example of the power of volunteering.”

Warwick Open Gardens 2017

“It’s just a wonderful garden to be in.”

Mark Lane, BBC Gardeners’ World 2017

The central bed

 Awarded

 2021

 April 2023 Newsletter


In the Garden

 2024


We are open to visitors:


––– Free entry –––


        January & February 2024   


       Fridays     10.00am-3.30pm

       Sundays   10.30am-3.30pm*

*SORRY, WE ARE CLOSED 25 FEB

       

      March 2024 on


      Wednesdays & Fridays

                        10.00am-3.30pm


      Sundays   10.30am-3.30pm

 

    plus from 30th March

 

Saturday afternoons 1.00-3.30 pm

Produce for charities Heritage weekend visitors