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Peter Beales Roses are world leaders in classic roses, supplying over 1,100 different varieties, as well as stocking an extensive range of other garden plants. The Garden Centre also has a Gift Shop offering a fantastic range of gifts and the Tea...more
I have been here several times to buy plants which all have been fine. Today I went to the café. The staff are friendly and polite but the prices are very expensive - £5.50 for carrot cake! so I ordered a Danish pastry when it...More
Just returned from a fantastic fun day at Peter Beales, they had put on a free fun day which had everything any child would want to do, bug hunt, painting flower pots, to name but a few. For a small charge you could have your...More
They have widest range of rose plants and full one green house for Clematis and have many varieties with reasonable cost.
You need atleast 3hrs, When you visit this place to watch all rose plants in Garden.
We have enjoyed very well.
An extensive , primarily rose, garden which is free to visit. The garden was colourful and provided an area to stroll and admire the displays. There were plenty of seats to rest on if needed. The cafe was a good experience offering a good selection...More
Visited several times and most recently June. This time we took our 2 year old grandson as well. He loved the flowers, the arches and the pond. Able to shop, buy roses and shrubs and still manage to take our time and sit in several...More
I had an idea that I would buy a rose in memory of my aunt to give to my cousin. We were amazed at just how many beautiful roses there were but didn't really know what we were looking for, being non gardeners. We were...More
My friend and I were lucky to visit these gardens (and their additional wildlife/woodland area) on a sunny June day. Easy and ample parking (on a field next to the entrance). There's a small gift shop selling the usual ornaments and trinkets you find in...More