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PLEASE NOTE THAT ALTHOUGH THE GARDENS ARE OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK, THE HALL IS ONLY OPEN TO THE PUBLIC ON TUESDAYS, SUNDAYS AND BANK HOLIDAYS. Arley is a place of enormous character, charm and interest. Visitors are frequently struck by the warm and...more
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Have been visiting here for the last three years to view the floral arrangements and enjoy lunch with friends. The floral creations were amazing some lovely and unusual colour combinations. The displays together with the Christmas trees decorated by local school children definitely put me...More
Well the weather was dreadful very wet indeed but a pleasure to arrive at such a beautiful hall. Excellent coffee shop, cafe very inviting pleasant staff. On entrance at the side of the hall was decorated beautifully for Xmas . Then the entrance Wow so...More
The Floral Extravaganza is in the Hall, but there was also a Christmas Tree competition in the barn.
The floral arrangements were spectacular, very colourful and very Christmassy.
We had refreshments in the cafe, the staff were polite and helpful and the sandwiches and cakes...More
I first came in 1971 when I was 16. I have visited more times than I can remember. In the early days it was just the gardens - stunning in their own right. Even the forecourt in front of the main façade was out of...More
The Hall wasn't open, but we were happy to settle for the gardens. Spent a lovely, if warm, hour wandering the woodland walk, then through the clock tower to the formal gardens: herb garden, scented garden, kitchen garden, etc along the Avenue to the sundial...More
Came for the food festival which was ok but not brill. Unfortunately the house was closed but the gardens were stunning. The old tea house was quirky and the flower borders were blooming well and still in their element even though it's autumn.
I visited with my friend on a beautiful sunny and fairly warm day at the end of September 2018 on a Tuesday so we could visit the Hall. We found the hall very easily from the M6 and were lucky that there were no incidents...More
We visited this wonderful garden as a treat for my dad who was celebrating his 92 birthday. Firstly the gardens are beautiful and well worth a visit. The lady in the shop/ticket office was very helpful and we were able to hire one of their...More