The romantic eight-acre gardens of King John’s Lodge are as beautiful as they are tranquil, and have captured the hearts of many a garden writer, both in the UK and abroad.
Cafe now serving delicious lunches Wednesday to Sunday
The Cranbrook iron makers fair this Saturday and Sunday
Hidden away down a sleepy country lane, a nursery, garden and café lie nestled within the oaks of the High Weald of East Sussex. The nursery was created out of two derelict 1950s chicken sheds and the owner’s passion for growing plants, but has evolved into an escape from the usual. An eclectic range of things to buy in the shop, a beautifully styled rustic café and a stunning garden make it a special place to visit and well worth the detour.
‘One of the most beautiful gardens I’ve seen in years and a wonderful tearoom – what more could you want?! Balm for the soul.’
‘A unique, quirky and hidden secret; charming and tasty food, too’
Susan & Sandra
‘Such a joy and a delight, loved everything, garden, shop, tea and statues!’