The Castle Gardens
A fortress lashed with salt spray is no place to grow plants, so the castle garden is inland.
Just a short walk from the cottages & castle, along a beautiful tree lined avenue you will find a hidden gem.
The gardens were formalised in the 1950s and from the mid 1970s, they were managed
personally and lovingly by the late Susan Malcolm until her death in 2003.
The gardens have been subject of great media interest with coverage from The Guardian, Observer, BBC, among others.
Today, they are maintained and cared for by Cristophe and Lizzie Lefevre.
Open every day to the public, with parking over the cattle grid by the stables.
A donation box in aid of charity is located at the entrance gate.