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Heale House
Middle Woodford

Heale Gardens

Heale House & Gardens

Beside the River Avon at Middle Woodford lies Heale House and its eight acres of beautiful garden. Much of the house is the same as it was in 1651 when King Charles II hid here.
The gardens at Heale House are a magical and varied paradise of running streams and exuberent planting.
The atmosphere at Heale is the result of the endeavors of generations of the Rasch family, who still live in the house, each one was inspired to leave their mark on the place through which the tributaries of the river Avon flow. Trout filled streams cross under the authentic Japanese Tea house and below the red Niko Bridge.
From spring when sheets of snowdrops carpet the ground, to summer when the unusual planting explodes, the garden is in a constant state of flux. In the vegetable garden decorative apple tunnels separate the beds that still supply the house.
Meadows of spring bulbs are home to a new collection of magnolias, and colour themed borders add a contemporary drama to a garden that seems both lost in time.

Heale House & Gardens

Opening Hours
1st February until 31st October 
10am - 5pm
Wednesday - Sunday and Bank Holidays
Sorry, no dogs allowed.

Adult £4
OAP £3.75
Children £2