The Barnsley House Gardens
Expertly maintained by Head Gardener Richard Gatenby and his team, Barnsley House’s gardens are the perfect place to unwind morning, noon and night.
Featuring knot gardens, statues by Simon Verity, the Laburnum Walk and an ornamental fruit and vegetable garden, the grounds are among England’s most famous settings. It was Rosemary Verey who began redesigning Barnsley House’s gardens in the 1950s, to both critical acclaim and global interest.
Learn more about the rich history of Barnsley House’s gardens. The gardens are open to guests of Barnsley House whether staying overnight or simply dining in the restaurant for lunch or afternoon tea. You can also have a wander round the gardens for £10.00 per person to include either tea or coffee and homemade biscuits, subject to availability on the day.
We’re extremely proud of the gardens at Barnsley and our teams work tirelessly to maintain them. They give us much of our wonderful produce that you’ll find on our menus, as well as constant enjoyment all year round as the garden changes softly throughout the seasons, providing beautiful backdrops to Barnsley House.
Enjoy a glimpse at all that Barnsley House has to offer.