Our Garden Open Days are detailed below…
Sadly our garden at Yorke House will not open in 2020 due to Covid 19, but will be open again for visitors in 2021.
We look forward to welcoming friends and visitors to our Open Garden events for the National Garden Scheme in June and July 2021.
Originally designed as a flower arranger’s garden, it is full of colour-themed borders, stream and ponds with stunning waterside plantings of candelabra primula and iris. In June and July the garden is filled with the fragrance of fabulous rambling roses and fragrant plants.
Our new garden at White Rose Cottage has been designed specifically for gardeners requiring wheelchair access. It will also be open for visitors to sit and enjoy the lovely views.
Dacre Banks and Summerbridge NGS Group Garden Opening
Gardens open are:
Low Hall, Riverside House, Woodlands Cottage, Yorke House and White Rose Cottage
Sadly our group opening will not take place this year due to coronavirus
Our very popular group opening will once again be open for the National Gardens Scheme in July 2021 and all the owners welcome back our many friends and new visitors. We celebrate our 20th anniversary of opening for NGS, and each year our gardens become more attractive as they mature.
Visit five beautiful country gardens, each with its own unique style, linked by attractive short walks along the Nidderdale valley.
Map available to show garden locations
Car parking available at each garden
Garden Clubs, Flower Clubs and other groups may arrange private day or evening visits during June and July 2021 by appointment, but we do require a minimum of 10 people in the group.
Contact Tony and Pat
phone: 01423 780456
– Cream teas are served on the lawn on open days
– The main features of the garden are accessible to visitors using wheelchairs
– Reserved parking near to the entrance for visitors with mobility difficulties
– Dogs are welcome on a lead
– Plant stall, selling a wide range of unusual plants, many of which can be seen growing in the garden
– Picnic tables are available in the orchard at Yorke House where visitors are welcome to enjoy their own refreshments
– Many seats placed around the garden for visitors for relax and enjoy the view