Award winning gardens where there is always plenty to see from fresh, delicate spring flowers, to perfumed roses and lilies in mid-summer and bright bold colours in the herbaceous borders, which are at their best in late August and throughout September.
Situated on the border of East Sussex and Kent, just off the A21, the gardens are easy to reach with free onsite parking for cars and coaches.
Booked groups of fifteen or more enjoy a reduced entry rate and to make planning a day easier we offer joint tours with other local attractions (Joint Group Tours
Free entry to the gardens and a refreshment voucher for the coach driver.
Pashley prides itself on its delicious homemade food, light lunches, teas, cakes and scones, which visitors can enjoy in the Garden Room Café
with seating on the terrace for 130 and inside for 70.
The reception / gift shop sells a variety of gifts from postcards and local honey to tapestry cushions and hand painted ceramics.
There is an exhibition and sale of sculpture in the gardens and botanical / floral art in the café and shop throughout the season.
Guided tours or short talks with the Owner or Head Gardener are available.