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The Endsleigh Gardener

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‘Now is Pretty Good’

The gardens at Endsleigh are now reaching their spring crescendo, with everything bursting into life so fast that every day offers a reunion with an old friend forgotten over the winter months.

The Dell Garden is breathtaking with bluebells, ramsons, primroses and red campion battling to fill every available space (and early purple orchids if you know where to look). The Rhododendrons and Azaleas are now reaching full throttle with their colour saturation well and truly turned up to eleven and many of the Magnolias are in full bloom in their far more understated way.

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Endsleigh on the Chelsea Flower Show

If ever a hotel were built in paradise it would be like Endsleigh – a fairytale cottage set in an Arcadian landscape with delicious food and blissful rooms. I love it and envy that sublime landscape – the perfect opportunity to step back in time to a graceful age.

Alan Titchmarsh


It’s little wonder

That the Duke of Bedford, who two centuries ago owned a third of Devon, chose this spot for his hunting and fishing lodge. Overlooking the River Tamar and beyond into Cornwall, Endsleigh, now owned by Olga Polizzi, is set in 108 acres of gardens, woodlands, follies and grottos created by Humphry Repton.

Designed 200 years ago this was one of Humphry Repton’s last commissions and brings together a multitude of landscaping elements for which Repton was renowned.

Immediately around the house there are formal gardens running down to the River Tamar. There is a picturesque dell with little bridges crossing streams, huge Gunnera leaves and wonderful picnic spots. Beyond the formal gardens is the arboretum which contains unusual trees from around the world, still standing in the spots marked out with bamboo canes by the Duchess. Some of the trees are national champions.


The Gardens Are Open Everyday

£5 entry, payable at reception.

Admittance to the garden is free to guests joining us for lunch, afternoon tea or one of our eclectic selection of events. There is something happening almost everyday.


 Open Garden Day

Wednesday 24 May, 11-4pm

In Aid of St Lukes Hospice. Please make a reservation if you would like to join us for Lunch or Afternoon tea.

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National Garden Scheme Open Day

Sunday 9 July, 11-4pm

Please make a reservation if you would like to join us for Lunch or Afternoon tea.

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