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Stone Lane Gardens

  • 4.7

  • from 59 Google reviews

A tree in a forest
A tree in a forest

About the garden

Stone Lane Gardens is a spectacular woodland and water garden on the edge of Dartmoor National Park, that enchants and inspires in every season, famous for National Collections of Birch and Alder trees. It has a specialist tree nursery and is an RHS Partner Garden and registered charity, no.1411252. It is open to visitors on every day of the year, including Christmas Day.

Opening times

10 am till 6 pm every day all year round, or till dusk in winter.

Useful details

Garden area

12 Acres

Dog walking

Yes - Dogs on leads.

Cafe or restaurant

Food and drink facilities include a cafe/restaurant.

Shops

Yes - There is a gift shop and plant shop.

Devon, TQ13 8JU

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Devon
TQ13 8JU
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Google reviews

  • 4.7

  • from 59 Google reviews

Richard Thomas

3 months ago

5

Great hidden gem! Middle of nowhere. Got a basic cafe with cream tea and soup. Very nice. Great sculptures. The trail in on from July. Will visit again for the art work. Very cheap. £ 18 for a family of four or £7 each. Under 18s get in for FREE.

Donna Walker

a year ago

5

We had such a lovely time here. A hidden gem! Children under 11 went free which was great for us as we had four children with us aged 1-6. Our 1 year old managed to do the whole walk herself. Amazing things to see which kept the children very excited, they loved trying to find all the pieces. Will definitely come back again, staff were very friendly too!

Stephen Raymond

10 months ago

4

A really nice place to visit with my little grandson. He enjoyed running around and looking at all the trees. A good place to spend a couple of hours on a sunny autumn day..

Antonella Morrone

12 months ago

5

An amazing surprise that combines nature and art! It was a rainy and windy day, but I enjoyed the visit a lot anyways, walking around in search of new scupltures, like a treasure hunt! I even found a couple of them, hidden in the grass and not classified... The lovely tearoom gives the extra touch to the peaceful feeling that this exibition inspires!

Jorge Huidobro

3 months ago

3

Fantastic gardens that I recommend going to see. My score would be four stars if it were a cheaper price between £3 and £4, obviously I imagine they have their reasons for charging more.

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01647 231 311

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