Chenies Manor gardens are maintained to the highest standards and are highly decorative in perfect keeping with the 15th-16th century manor house. Colour throughout the year with old-fashioned roses and cottage plants. Enjoy the formal topiary in the white garden, or the physic garden with its medicinal and poisonous plants. There is a working kitchen garden, a turf maze and a maze of yews over 2 metres high. Henry VIII and Elizabeth I were entertained at the house. Disabled access to garden only.
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|Opening Times:||4 Apr to end Oct, Wed, Thu & BH Mons 14:00-17:00.|
|Admission:||Garden only: Adult £5.00, Child (under 15) £3.00.|
|Child Friendly:||Children of all ages welcome|
|Location:||Midway between Rickmansworth and Amersham, off the A404. Twenty two miles from London, two miles from the M25 junction 18 and seven miles from the M1.|
Coaches Welcome (by appointment), Free Parking, Full Disabled Access to gardens, Guided Tours, Pavilion Gallery, Art Exhibitions during the Summer, Plants for Sale, Gift Shop, Tea Room
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