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Bluebell Cottage Gardens

Bluebell Cottage Lodge Lane, Dutton, Warrington WA4 4HP, England
+44 1928 713718
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Wish I had found this place sooner.

Friendly guardians of this jewel of a garden in the heart of Cheshire. A fab little plant sale... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Sprout1Cheshire
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Cheshire
Friendly small Garden Centre

Good choice of perennials at reasonable prices. Bit limited on other plants though. We liked it... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
henshawgn
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Cheshire, United Kingdom
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A 1.5 Acre cottage garden set in a rural location, with plant nursery, wildflower meadow and bluebell woods. Our small tea room serves hot drinks, cakes and ice cream. There are plenty of seats around the garden so do take your time, relax and enjoy the plants and the wildlife. We're open from 10-5 Wed-Sun April to September
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  • Average11%
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Bluebell Cottage Lodge Lane, Dutton, Warrington WA4 4HP, England
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Reviewed yesterday

Friendly guardians of this jewel of a garden in the heart of Cheshire. A fab little plant sale area with staff that know their stuff. Everyone was friendly and I was told where everything was before I set of to investigate the gardens. Wow it...More

Thank Sprout1Cheshire
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Good choice of perennials at reasonable prices. Bit limited on other plants though. We liked it would go again. There are gardens (for a small fee) to look around, we didn't as the weather was not too primising, next visit maybe.

Thank henshawgn
Reviewed 2 July 2017 via mobile

We often pop in for coffee and cake as part of our canal walk. Today we decided to visit the garden. It is beautifully laid out and the flowers are lovely. It is a pretty garden and has been designed to highlight the natural element...More

Thank lgd23
Reviewed 21 June 2017

We visited having read about it on the internet and then we viewed the exhibition stand at RHS Chatsworth - definitely worthy of a Gold Medal and not the Siover Gilt it was awarded- so we visited and had a great afternoon. The garden is...More

Thank Julia H
Reviewed 8 May 2017

Myself and my partner visited here for the first time on Sunday 7th May and what a lovely couple of hours we had. First of all I think it's worth pointing out that this is a relatively small place and not on a grand scale...More

Thank yoliz68
Reviewed 7 May 2017

Called into the nursery today whilst on a long walk as we were in need of a drink. We went into the Cafe and were greeted with a very warm welcome. It was a tough decision on what cake to have, as there were several...More

Thank pdr60
Reviewed 25 April 2017

Lovely garden, with a few different sections. Tea room and toilet as well. Very large nursery and plant selling operation! Pay only entry into garden. What a wonderful delight the bluebell wood was! We discovered it at just the right time!

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Reviewed 4 January 2017

Having a garden open to the public once a year concentrates the mind on obtaining unusual plants and Sue Beesley often has new plants that we want to grow. Being local and bearing in mind that I think all of hers are produced in the...More

Thank nigel p
Reviewed 19 October 2016

We walked to the gardens and nursery from our the spot on the canal where we had moored our narrowboat. They have a small tea room & we enjoyed a cup of tea and some homemade cake. The tea room is very modest (we were...More

Thank Wally M
Reviewed 24 August 2016

This is a proper plant nursery! The garden is lovely to visit - even though it rained throughout our visit. Great for getting an ideas for beds and combinations. Toilets & DIY tea room. Forget it if you want to buy pots, pans, clothing &...More

Thank Linda P
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kath33
8 March 2015|
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Response from SueBeesley | Property representative |
Hello Cath,it's £3.50 per adult. Free to RHS members and under 18's. Garden entry will be free throughout the Easter weekend too.
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kath33
8 March 2015|
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Response from SueBeesley | Property representative |
Hello Kath, It's £3.50 for the gardens, free if you are an RHS member. Entry to the bluebell woods, meadow and nursery is free. But note the gardens don't open until the 1st April. It's just the nursery open at the moment... More
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