SISSINGHURST CASTLE AND GARDEN (NT)
18th June 2020
Break for lunch in Cranbrook and spend the afternoon amidst the serenity of Sissinghurst. Sissinghurst Castle Garden sits within the ruin of a great Elizabethan house – all surrounded by the rich Kentish landscape of woods, streams and farmland. The famous garden, with its fairy tale tower, is the result of the creative tension between the formal design of Harold Nicolson and the lavish planting of Vita Sackville-West. The colour schemes, intimacy of the different garden ‘rooms’ and rich herbaceous borders are the epitome of an English garden. Time for tea at the garden.
Home by approximately 7.30pm.
Pick up group: E
Note:Admission extra. (NT non-members approx. £13)