Borde Hill Gardens in Haywards Heath has launched a new group package which is ideal for those looking to visit the gardens before stopping for some lunch.

Borde Hill Gardens

The attraction’s new Fine Dining & Garden Tour package for groups will see guests start their day with refreshments on arrival, served inside the marquee, followed by a guided tour of the 17-acre formal Garden.

After working up an appetite, party members will get to indulge with a two-course lunch, a glass of wine, coffee and petit fours at the Jeremy’s Restaurant. 

The restaurant seats 52, with the terrace being a place for groups to dine during the summer months whilst looking over the Victorian walled garden where chefs pick edible flowers, herbs and vegetables from the herbaceous borders. 

Following lunch, there will be time to return back to the 17-acre formal garden to explore the intimate ‘outdoor’ rooms at leisure, pausing to enjoy views across to the Ouse Valley Viaduct.

About Borde Hill

Borde Hill Garden lies within Borde Hill Estate, which is around 2,300 acres in size, in West Sussex. The garden was created in the early 1900s with plants that were collected from travels to the Himalayas, China, Burma, Tasmania and the Andes.

More for groups at Borde Hill

A variety of other tours and packages are available for coach groups. These can include Garden Tours, House Tours, Borde Hill Garden Tea and Borde Hill Buffet Lunch. 

Benefits for groups visiting include discounted entry, bespoke catering, free parking onsite, and free wheelchair use.

Groups of over 25 will be split into multiple tours. All tours must be booked in advance.

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