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Stone Lane Gardens

Stone Farm, Chagford, Dartmoor National Park TQ13 8JU, England
+44 1647 231311
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lovely day

This is my second visit and today was so special, the gardens are a haven of peace and... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Dawlish, United Kingdom
take your time, rest, relax and enjoy the peace

Stone Lane Gardens meanders through peaceful trees along winding paths. On a hot summer's day enjoy... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Exeter, United Kingdom
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An enchanting 5-acre woodland garden on the edge of the Dartmoor National Park in Devon, famous for National Collections of Birch trees and Alder trees and the annual ‘Mythic Garden’ sculpture exhibition. Winner of the Gardener’s World magazine ‘Gardens to Visit SW’ award 2010.
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Stone Farm, Chagford, Dartmoor National Park TQ13 8JU, England
+44 1647 231311

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is my second visit and today was so special, the gardens are a haven of peace and tranquillity, the sculptures amazing and as it was the music fest we finished up in the barn and courtyard listening to some local stars. lovely

Thank denisesearle2017
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Stone Lane Gardens meanders through peaceful trees along winding paths. On a hot summer's day enjoy the cool breeze and the greenery that surrounds you. If you like drawing and painting take your sketchbook with you as there so many perfect vistas and close ups...More

Thank 614beth
Reviewed 18 October 2016

Something completely different. Come and enjoy the lovely Birch and Alder trees, the naturalistic planting, the peace and quiet, and the statues which are such a lovely part of this garden. Though "garden" is hardly the right word. Perhaps woodland experience is better. We visited...More

Thank pamelak228
Reviewed 15 August 2016

A lovely morning spent wandering through the beautifully overgrown gardens. The family had fun discovering and identifying the artworks hidden in the undergrowth but I especially appreciated the wealth of birch and alder from all over the world. You can even buy them on mail...More

Thank andymathias48
Reviewed 10 August 2016

I visited last Friday with my Farther on a family visit, and we were pleasantly surprised by this hidden gem. We don't come from far away and frequently visit Castle Drogo, so I'm not sure why we haven't popped in before, but certainly will do...More

Thank Josie B
Reviewed 20 July 2016

If visiting Castle Drogo or Fingle Bridge be sure to keep an eye open for the signs to Stone Lane Gardens. They are not large and are partly hidden in a hedge but the lane to the gardens is off the road from Fingle Bridge...More

Thank Sandie A
Reviewed 19 July 2016

We were really looking forward to our visit to Stone Lane Gardens and we were not disappointed. It was a bit hair-raising negotiating the narrow lanes, but well worth it. The gardens are set into a gentle hillside with meandering paths and a wealth of...More

Thank LastChristmas
Reviewed 14 July 2016

Loved it! Well worth the £6 per adult entrance. Over 100 outdoor sculptures and artworks for sale dotted around an amazing National Collection of Beech trees with their different coloured barks. Art is subjective so of course I thought some pieces were terrible and others...More

Thank lobstermadboy
Reviewed 23 May 2016 via mobile

Been here before, so I knew what to expect. Stone Lane Arboretum is a beautiful endevour by a very hard working and devoted couple who have spent the last 30 years or more tending to this amazing corner of Devon country side. Sadly one half...More

1  Thank JaasPar
Reviewed 17 April 2016

We visited in April having picked up a leaflet from one of the tourist information offices, which promised an inspiring visit. It was anything but – nothing was out just bare trees and dormant plants in the garden. If it is advertised as open there...More

Thank Thecatsmum4
P_Bartl, Manager at Stone Lane Gardens, responded to this reviewResponded 18 April 2016

We never want to have a disappointed visitor. Our aim is that everyone enjoys the garden. In winter our garden is all about the trees. And I am afraid that this year the Spring seems to be a long time coming, especially at the altitude...More

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