Beech Court Gardens

Beech Court Gardens

Beech Court Gardens was laid out in an informal way nearly 70 years ago using the natural contours of the previously farmed land.

The delightful pond was originally dug as a drinking trough for horse, situated adjacent to the Oast House Tea Rooms, which provides an ideal spot to sit and enjoy your refreshments.

The nearby dell was probably mined for chalk although legend tells of its use for cock-fighting. You can still meet some fascinating breeds of poultry on your visit but all are very peaceful!

The garden was originally designed with Spring colour in mind. An exceptional collection of Acers, along with numerous firs, oaks and pines which reflect the garden designer's admiration for Scotland's famous Inverewe gardens. Many rare and unusual trees grow here and are home to many species of bird.

The Gardens have been enhanced with island beds, climbing roses, many varieties of hydrangeas and with the Autumn colour it truly is a garden for all seasons.

Tea Rooms and Functions

Eat in the Oast House or outside on the terrace with its stunning vista. Home baking is a special feature of the Tea Rooms - taste our scones, cakes, apple pies and quiche.

Morning coffees, afternoon teas and cream teas. Freshly made soups, ploughman's and light lunches.

Sunday roast available but please book in advance to avoid disappointment.

The Tea Rooms are also a delightful venue for small celebrations. If you have a birthday or anniversary coming up - do visit us and see what we have to offer.

Paintings by local artists decorate the walls and are for sale and a gift shop selling local products and crafts adjoins the tea rooms.

The Tea Rooms, Art Gallery and Milking Palour are open to all - a visit to the gardens is not necessary.

Beech Court Gardens
Nr Ashford
TN25 4DJ


Tel: 01233 740735

Mrs Miller Thomas Mobile: 07792 000508

Last Updated: 28 Apr 2015