Sissinghurst Castle


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Sissinghurst Castle

(ˈsɪsɪŋhɜːst)
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(Named Buildings) a restored Elizabethan mansion near Cranbrook in Kent: noted for the gardens laid out in the 1930s by Victoria Sackville-West and Harold Nicolson
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Price includes Private coach travel from your local area Three nights' stay with three course evening meal & cooked breakfast Visit to Sissinghurst Castle Garden, Borde Hill Garden & Sheffield Park & Garden Visit to Tunbridge Wells Entrance to Great Dixter House & Gardens & Nymans 01858 438453 Code NC www.
Price includes Private coach travel from your local area Three nights' stay with three course evening meal & cooked breakfast Visit to Sissinghurst Castle Garden, Borde Hill Garden & Sheffield Park & Garden Visit to Tunbridge Wells Entrance to Great Dixter House & Gardens & Nymans Walking in the New Forest & Isle of Wight 28 August 2015 4 days from PS269 Join us on this specially organised holiday and enjoy some of the best views in Britain, as we take you through ancient woodland and along untouched coastline, with our experienced guide providing interesting information to complement the splendid views.
With a large natural swimming pond and writers' retreat, it features a two-storey, oak-framed building inspired by the writing room of poet Vita Sackville-West at Sissinghurst Castle in Kent, a swimming pond edged with water-loving plants, a woodland of river birches, acacias and acers, and a garden with tumbling roses and peonies in a palette of greens, punctuated by soft pinks, lavender blues and creams, and a touch of orange.
It features a two-storey oak-framed building inspired by the writing room of poet Vita Sackville-West at Sissinghurst Castle, a swimming pond edged with water-loving plants, a woodland of river birches, acacias and acers, and a garden with tumbling roses and peonies in a palette of greens, punctuated by soft pinks, lavender blues and creams.
It features a two-storey oak framed building inspired by the writing room of poet Vita Sackville-West at Sissinghurst Castle, a swimming pond edged with water-loving plants, a woodland of river birches, acacias and acers, and a garden with tumbling roses and peonies in a palette of greens, punctuated by soft pinks, lavender blues and creams, with a touch of orange.
It was inspired by a famous garden in England, the white garden at Sissinghurst Castle in Kent, a National Trust historic site.
He left after seven years at Bodnant to become head gardener at Sissinghurst Castle in Kent, having led the North Wales garden through a dynamic period of renovation which culminated in the opening of the new Winter Garden.
Price includes Private coach travel from your local area Three nights' stay with three course evening meal & cooked breakfast Visit to Sissinghurst Castle Garden, Borde Hill Garden & Sheffield Park & Garden Visit to Tunbridge Wells Entrance to Great Dixter House & Gardens & Nymans Great Devon & Somerset Railway Journeys 17 April, 15 May & 17 July 2015 4 days from PS249 Discover some of England's legendary railway lines.
We enjoyed another afternoon at the National Trust's Sissinghurst Castle and Gardens, a 20th century creation set in the remains of a large Elizabethan house and tower.
Its name originates from the Seven Years War (1756-1763) when French seamen imprisoned at Sissinghurst Castle were allowed out on parole as far as the pub building.
Five spectacular gardens are featured on this four-day tour, including Sissinghurst Castle, the magnificent 18th Century "Capability" Brown-designed Sheffield Park and Garden, Great Dixter House & Gardens and High Beeches.
Price includes Private coach travel throughout Three nights' dinner, bed and cooked breakfast Visit to the World Garden of Plants at Lullingstone Castle Visit to Biddenden Vineyards Entrance to Leeds Castle Visit to Sissinghurst Castle Garden Free time in Canterbury & Royal Tunbridge Wells Services of our tour driver The John Smith's Grand National Departs 6 April 2013 This is an event that captures the hearts and imaginations of millions around the world, thanks to the amazing stories and thrilling finishes created as horse and rider give it their all against the mighty Aintree fences.