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Visitor Information

Many visitors to the Gardens find themselves staying for around half a day.  Below you will find some useful information to digest before visiting the Himalayan Gardens.


The tearoom serves a range of teas, coffee and cold drinks and a variety of food options. From snacks and freshly prepared sandwiches to warm lunches and a delicious selection of cakes and traybakes.


We welcome well-behaved dogs in the garden but they must be kept on a lead at all times. Owners are expected to clean up after their dogs and ensure that they do not cause a nuisance to other visitors.


Sadly this garden is not suitable for wheelchair users, we are continually improving our paths however the topography of the garden dictates that they are steep in places and some have many steps.


The toilets are  located to the side of the Tearoom. Facilities include a disabled toilet  and baby-changing facilities.


Please clean your footwear before you visit Phytophthora ramorum is a fungus-like pathogen affecting several tree and shrub species including Rhododendrons with potentially devastating effects. There are recorded infected sites in woodlands and gardens in South West England, Wales, Northern Ireland and more recently confirmed at locations in Western Scotland. Evidence indicates that Phytophthora can be spread on footwear. We know that many of our visitors enjoy travelling the country and visiting many different gardens. It is good practice to wash your boots before visiting any garden to prevent such pathogens from being unwittingly transferred from one site to another. Please ensure your footwear is free from mud and plant debris to keep our garden Phytophthora free.

Contact Form

For any further information please use the below contact form and a member of the team will aim to answer your query within 48 hours however due to the volume of queries please do bear with us and it maybe quicker to call our office.