A spectacular garden, owned by The National Trust well worth visiting It is slightly inconvenient having to book and to be taken by bus from Midhurst but well worth it. This is a really interesting garden which reflects the individual taste of the original owners. Wander around all the area of the garden to get a real taste of evrything it has to. Woolbeding Gardens is a twentieth century garden created by the late Sir Simon Sainsbury, great-grandson of the founder of the supermarket chain and himself a director then deputy chairman of the company during a key period of its growth, and his partner Stewart Grimshaw. Booking is essential as there is no parking space at the property.. A bus will take you to the property which you will pick up at the Grange Road car park in Midhurst. Parking charges are very reasonable.
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