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The Coombe Abbey Park Gardens are a sight to behold. Enjoy a walk and admire the wonderful design that was developed within its period of greatest influence by Nesfield and Miller in 1865.
These are situated to the West side of Coombe Abbey Hotel and date back to the Georgian period of the early 19th century. You will also find evidence of 16th/17th century masonry.
With so much to see on your walk, including exotic trees, shrub beds, herbaceous borders, bedding, close-mown grass and longer grass on the Redwood mound, a walk of Coombe Abbey Park Gardens will be a treat for all the senses.
The West Garden was originally built on a terrace, raised with soil from digging the moat which surrounds Coombe Abbey Hotel.
The giant Redwoods are another amazing sight and date back to the mid 19th century.
For more information, you can visit us at the Visitor Centre when you arrive which is open every day from 10:00am – 4:00pm.
In the Visitor Centre you will find the Discovery Centre, with interactive exhibitions for children, and also the Gift Shop.
The formal gardens are a sight to behold all year round, but really come to life in springtime.