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The Burrows Garden



The Burrows GardenThe Burrows Garden is situated in the grounds of Burrows Farm, 5 miles to the south east of the Peak District market town of Ashbourne.

Set in beautiful countryside, the superb gardens cover 5 acres and has been lovingly tended by Craig Dalton, the owner of the house. The immaculate lawns show off exotic and rare plants and trees, which are mixed with old favourites. The garden is designed as a series of smaller gardens and walkways each with a unique vista. There are a vast variety of styles from temple to Cornish, featuring hydrangeas, Italian and English, gloriously designed and displayed.

There is a great use of iron work and surprises around every corner for even the most discerning of garden visitors. The garden has recently been given the accolade of being included in the 1000 Best Gardens in Britain.

There is also a plant sales area. Group bookings are welcomed, a guided tour is also included in the entrance fee. Lunches and suppers are also available for groups subject to prior booking

Directions

From Ashbourne - From the A52 towards Derby 5 miles to Brailsford. Turn right after the Rose & Crown public house, then 1st left. Continue for mile, garden is on the right.

From Derby - Take the A52 towards Ashbourne, until 1 miles after Kirk Langley, turn left at crossroads Burrows Lane. After mile turn right at grass triangle, the garden is in front.

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