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Ramster Gardens

Chiddingfold, Godalming GU8 4SN, England
+44 1428 654167
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Beautiful plants & trees

Saw this on Gardener's World this morning and fortunately able to visit straight away. Lovely place... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Lizzy D
Exploring beautiful gardens

A great discovery, thoroughly enjoyable time exploring these beautiful gardens and would highly... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Holly B
Chichester, United Kingdom
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Hours Today: 10:00 - 17:00
Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
Chiddingfold, Godalming GU8 4SN, England
+44 1428 654167
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Reviewed yesterday

Saw this on Gardener's World this morning and fortunately able to visit straight away. Lovely place to wander. Beautiful rhodos & azaleas and magnificent trees. A pity the heavy rain of last week damaged a lot of blossom - see the item on GW to...More

Thank Lizzy D
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

A great discovery, thoroughly enjoyable time exploring these beautiful gardens and would highly recommend a visit... sensible sturdy footwear a must as we were surprised by the help we had to give to fellow visitors who struggled with natures carpet.

Thank Holly B
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We went to ramster gardens today and had a lovely day. The gardens are beautifully kept and look amazing. You can easily spend 3 -4 hours here, as there are lots of different pathways to explore, which all lead to a tranquil setting. We would...More

Thank hughsey059
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Beautiful relaxing walk around the well kept gardens. Excellent tea shop too. We would highly recommend visiting.

Thank Tracey W
Reviewed 1 week ago

I'd never heard of this place until someone recently mentioned it to me and so I had to see it for myself. It's only open at certain times in the year but what a hidden gem! It's a lovely wander through woodland full of rhodedendrons,...More

Thank FebbreDaCavallo
Reviewed 1 week ago

The Spring must be the best time to visit these gardens, indeed they are only open from in the Spring and maybe for Autumn colour - suggest you check the website. We visited in early may and had a marvellous day- carpets of bluebells everywhere!...More

1  Thank Jean F
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This was a birthday treat I will remember for many years. We had never visited before but I think we had the greatest luck that not only were the gardens exceptional but we had the added beauty of the bluebells being at their best. So...More

Thank Janet T
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Visited these beautiful gardens today and would definitely recommend a visit. Full of rhododendrons and azaleas in full bloom. Plenty to see. Finished off our visit with a snack lunch in the lovely tea room with plenty of homemade food. Glad to have discovered these...More

Thank sue9hopkins
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Most of the garden feels very natural. I bought my mum here for her birthday as she likes gardens and I needed somewhere that would have flowers out on St George's day. This fit the bill nicely. The Azaleas were out as were many of...More

Thank lI0ve2h0liday
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

What a wonderful garden to visit. The spring garden changes over the weeks it is open from daffodils, to bluebells and azaleas and then later Rhododendrons. The garden is very peaceful and a feast for the eyes. As you look around the views are amazing....More

1  Thank 15traveladdict9
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Christine C
I love the photograph called 'statues' (May 2016) taken by Lillian K. I am the artist Christine Charlesworth who made the statues (called 'Oranges and Lemons') and love the photograph. I would like to be contacted so that I can use the photograph on my website. I am a level 6 contributer.
27 October 2016|
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Can you take dogs?
25 May 2016|
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Response from Rosie G | Property representative |
Sorry a late answer but to clarify for any other visitors we do allow dogs on leads.
Andy L
Hi, can you tell me what disabled access is like please? My father is wheelchair bound Thanks
3 January 2015|
Response from Rosie G | Property representative |
Hello, the teahouse is all on one level and we have a disabled toilet, the garden has no steps, a few steeper hills which can be avoided so some of the paths are accessible. The main path is sand stone which runs to the far... More