Felley Priory Gardens
MARCH 2021 UPDATE: THE GARDEN AND NURSERY ARE OPEN. AT BUSY TIMES YOU MAY NEED TO WAIT TO ALLOW FOR SOCIAL DISTANCING.
THE TEA ROOM IS NOW SHUT, AND WILL BE REOPENING ON 13TH APRIL; IN THE MEANTIME WE HAVE TAKEAWAY HOT DRINKS AVAILABLE.
GIFT VOUCHERS CAN STILL BE COLLECTED.
Felley Priory is situated in North Nottinghamshire, hidden just half a mile from the M1. This tranquil garden, where visitors will find many rare and unusual plants, is one of Nottinghamshire’s best kept secrets – the house and its 2.5 acre garden are nestled in beautiful rolling countryside.The garden has been carefully planted so that there are plants of interest all year round.
Felley Priory has a fully stocked nursery, from which visitors can purchase competitively priced plants which they have seen in the garden and the Farmhouse Tea Room, which offers a delicious selection of snacks, meals and drinks and which can be hired for Private Events.
PLEASE NOTE: any groups of 10 or over who plan on visiting Felley Priory please contact firstname.lastname@example.org in advance. Dogs are not permitted in the garden, nursery or tea rooms, except guide dogs.
As an RHS Partner Garden, Felley Priory is joining with the Royal Horticultural Society, Britain’s biggest gardening charity, in asking the nation to choose the RHS Partner (Feel Good) Garden of 2021. We know visiting us is a great way to lift your mood and leave you feeling good. Exercise and connection with nature have been shown to have very positive effects on health and wellbeing and that’s why the RHS has made Feel Good gardens its theme for 2021. So, if your visit to our garden has made you feel good, please let us know, and, when voting opens in August, please take a moment to vote for us. Whether you’re a plant expert or just love getting out in the fresh air; a walk in a garden is one of life’s great pleasures, a great way to brighten up the day and get you feeling good.
Tickhill Horticultural Society, April 2019, ‘On behalf of the society thank you for a wonderful day yesterday. Our members were impressed by the gardens. Their comments were all they thought the gardens were beautiful, stunning and so well maintained everywhere by so few of you. We enjoyed all the unusual plants and shrubs. There were so many plants and shrubs for sale again in such good condition. Thank you also to the Tearoom staff. They served us so quickly and with such a lovely lunch. The same attention to detail has been given to the Tearoom as in the gardens. We look forward to a return visit.’
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