The converted barns wrap around this garden on three sides, the garden provides views and vistas from every door and window.
Beds overflowing with herbs outside the kitchen surround the sunken dining terrace; from here steps lead up through a timber frame covered in Wisteria to a large lawn and then to a pergola clothed in Clematis providing height and a beautiful view from the front entrance hall into the garden.
A ‘flick-flack’ wall creates two smaller more intimate courtyards for privacy and relaxation.
The garden uses box and beech hedges for structure. Roses, sedums, cosmos and geraniums provide colour.
Wooden gates in the wall lead to a fruit orchard.