The Walled Garden

We look forward to welcoming you through our doors to experience everything the Walled Garden has to offer: a cafe/restaurant serving imaginative and delicious menus throughout the day and into the evening;  a deli offering the very best of local produce, with freshly prepared  sandwiches, cakes and fabulous coffees with your choice to sit in or take away; a gift shop with original crafts, gifts and art to browse and buy; a relaxing bar  where you can try our fabulous Archerfield Craft Ales and a microbrewery making craft ales on site to savour at our bar or taste and take home.

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Spring & Summer Opening Hours

Daily 9.30am to 5pm

Last orders/bookings 30 minutes before closing time.

We are delighted to announce our new Spring Menu is now available.

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History of The Walled Garden

The Walled Garden and Home  Farm served Archerfield House  from the 18th century into the early  20th century and grew all manner  of exotic fruits and vegetables as  well as 110 varieties of apple and  57 of pear. In addition there was a  mushroom house and ice house (both  still standing and under restoration) and a gas works. The well in the centre of The Walled Garden is centuries old but was only recently discovered when work began. It now supplies the water which irrigates the developing garden. The farmland itself housed a racing stud and even a horse racing track at one time! Members of the Douglas-Hamilton family have lived, farmed and nurtured the land here since the 1960s and with the creation of The Walled Garden  restaurant, craft shop, gallery, deli, brewery and outdoor trails, their legacy is breathing new life into this historic Estate.

The Market Garden

The Walled Garden will continue the tradition of times past by restoring the raised beds of over a hundred years ago and growing vegetables and fruit of all varities. Our new Head Gardener, Erica Randall is busy planning & planting our new Spring & Summer crops. To find out more, click on Erica's blog. 

 

The Walled Garden will continue the tradition of times past by restoring the raised beds of over a hundred years ago and growing vegetables and fruit of all varieties. Our new Head gardener, Erica Randall is busy planning & planting our new crops. - See more at: http://www.archerfieldwalledgarden.com/#sthash.I02ubca8.dpuf