Chenies Manor Garden
Chenies Manor House is an early-Tudor (15th/16thC) house, brick built with fortified tower with beautiful gardens.
Chenies Manor was the original home of the Russells (Earls, now Dukes of Bedford) and was often visited by Henry VIII and Elizabeth I.
There are a variety of gardens influenced by the Arts and Crafts movement, which include a Tudor-style sunken garden, a white garden, Victorian kitchen garden and 2 mazes. A display of over 20,000 tulips and other bulbs are on show in April and May.
An abundance of colour throughout the summer with roses and cottage garden plants will ensure your visit to Chenies Manor is a delight. During August and September we have a magnificent display of may varieties of Dahlia which extends the season.
The historic house is also open and must be visited.
Chenies Manor and Garden 2020 Opening Times - 1 April - 29 October - see website for days and times.
Tea Room, shop, disabled access.
There is a programme of events throughout the year including a Plant fair with over 80 specialist stalls on 19 July.
- Street: Chenies Manor
- Postcode: WD3 6ER
- City: Rickmansworth
- County: Hertfordshire
- Country: United Kingdom
- Telephone: (01494) 762888
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