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Fabulous plant collections, a great place to explore and play, somewhere to kick back, relax and unwind, Emmetts Garden has so much to offer. What will you do to make it yours? Make our garden your garden.
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In beautiful February sunshine we made our first visit here. Whilst many of the shrubs and plants were still dormant, there was plenty to see. In fact, we're keen to return to see the bluebells, tulips, roses (and everything else) throughout the year. We were...More
I'm very lucky to live a stone's throw away from Emmett's garden.I can walk there with my family.You walk around the beautiful gardens or have coffee and cake in the lovely coffee shop,or a spot of lunch.There is lots of things for children to do,dens...More
Date of experience: October 2018
Chartwell N, Visitor Experience Assistant at Emmetts Garden, responded to this reviewResponded 5 days ago
Thank you for taking the time to write a review about your autumn visit to the garden. We appreciate your comments and think that others will find them useful.
This garden is like no other. It has all year round interest, not just in the bluebell season, so we try and visit each month and walk right round and take in the views whilst spotting our favourite plants. Tea and scones too!
Date of experience: December 2018
Chartwell N, Visitor Experience Assistant at Emmetts Garden, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago
Thank you for taking the time to write a review. We appreciate your comments about your latest visit and hope you continue with your monthly outings to see what the garden has to offer and, of course, partake of the tea and scones!
The last time we visited Emmetts, last August, the weather was so appalling that the highlight of our visit was a cup of tea and a cake in the café. This time, I'm sorry to say that the café was the lowlight of our visit....More
Went to photograph fungi, not so many this year but managed to get some good views and garden pictures. Appears to be a lot of restructure in progress in the gardens as some are closed off to the public at the moment. The woods have...More
My friend and I visited Emmetts Garden with our 6 month old babies and I can definitely recommend bringing a sling because it’s very hilly.
The gardens were gorgeous, very autumnal and clearly a lot of care has gone into the maintenance. I wouldn’t say...More
We visited Emmetts Gardens on a Saturday afternoon as the weather was fantastic. The garden's are well looked after and the tea room is great. The view's from the gardens are wonderful looking out into the Kent countryside, well worth the visit.
Mid-October and a fantastic temperature (23-25C) saw us in Emmetts Garden.
It's not a huge garden but an interesting one. There are many varieties of plans (from roses to trees).
We expected to see colours (which we saw) but were particularly surprised and impressed by...More
The is a beautiful National trust property. However, I find it even better as a start and end point to local circular walks. I would recommend the trail that takes you down to Chartwell and back. When you have finished the 5 mile hike, you...More