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Aysgarth Edwardian Rock Garden

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Easy to drive past, easy to find

Situated in the village of Aysgarth on the main Leyburn to Hawes Road, the gardens are on the... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
Sunderland, United Kingdom
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Hidden gem

A small enchanting rock garden open to the public built from local rock and planted with beautiful... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Leicestershire, England
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Aysgarth, Yorkshire Dales National Park DL8 3AH, England
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Situated in the village of Aysgarth on the main Leyburn to Hawes Road, the gardens are on the southwest side of the village. Once you open a surprise awaits you as flowers, plants, water features await as you wander between the rocks, difficult to describe...More

Thank sammysc
Reviewed 1 week ago

A small enchanting rock garden open to the public built from local rock and planted with beautiful flowers. Located in Main Street, Aysgarth at the 'Hawes' end. Free admission during daylight hours with donations welcome.

Thank Lancastrians1949
Reviewed 12 July 2018

A little hidden gem, unusual and quaint - well presented small and only takes 10 minutes. waterfall is motion sensored

1  Thank N9857QFannep
Reviewed 10 July 2018

Beautiful and relaxing place to visit, lovely flowers and shrubs around each corner. Unspoilt beauty.

Thank debbiem797
Reviewed 9 July 2018 via mobile

Beautiful little garden that has been excellently put together. Very quiet and quaint walk through which leads to a seat and grasses area at the back. Well worth a visit and completely free!

Thank Islander151
Reviewed 13 April 2018 via mobile

This is such a treat of a place, great for old and young alike. It’s an hour not a day but lots to see and discover. Thanks to whoever looks after it. Amazing what you find on a walk.

Thank AroundMike
Reviewed 12 October 2017 via mobile

We visited the rock garden on our way to Bainbridge. We were fortunate enough to meet with Adrian and Rosemary Anderson who are the owners of the garden. The rock garden is a credit to their love and dedication and we are looking forward to...More

1  Thank Paul H
Reviewed 3 October 2017 via mobile

Well worth stopping, if you are in the area. As you are traveling on the road from/to Hawes/Leyburn, through Aysgarth is this lovely Little Rock garden, has a history, is well kept and has something new to offer, depending on the time of year! Enjoy.

1  Thank Jacqueline B
Reviewed 17 September 2017

Be careful not to overlook this little plot as you drive through the village of Aysgarth. We nearly did but backtracked and enjoyed some time investigating the clever planting and landscaping here. Deceptively meandering, this is actually quite a tiny garden that shows what can...More

Thank Calvin1927
Reviewed 15 September 2017

In the 20+ years I've been coming to the Dales I must have passed this little garden dozens of times without venturing in. It is quite small, but with a charming array of plant life, and a little cascading stream apparently operated by a photo-electric...More

1  Thank John W
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