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3-10 miles from Lincoln

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Goltho Gardens

A 4.5-acre, captivating, year-round garden found east of Lincoln, with a traditional tea shop, plant nursery, and onsite accommodation.

Goltho Gardens includes a David Austin Rose Garden, delightful Peony garden, Nut Walk, evocative Wildflower Meadow, all cleverly brought together with the use of vibrant herbaceous borders. The extensive natural ponds abound with fish and a colourful array of insect life.

The friendly family run business also has a traditional Teashop overlooking our Gravel Garden: it serves enticing lunches and rich gooey cakes all cooked on the premises. The garden Potager provides the Teashop with seasonal fresh fruit and vegetables; these are not only served with lunch but also used in the extensive range of delicious homemade preserves

Many plants seen in the gardens are available to buy in our well-stocked nursery, where any questions can be answered by the gardening side of the family!

Two beautiful period rooms are available at the Goltho Gardens B&B where you can enjoy a delicious farmhouse breakfast, free WiFi, and not only fantastic views but free access to the gardens during your visit.

Additional Information

  • Toilets
  • Wheelchair available
  • Plant nursery

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Opening Times & Prices

Wednesday - Sunday: 10am - 4pm.

Open Bank Holiday Mondays: 10am - 4pm

Gardens: £5 per person

Tea shop, plant nursery & Gravel Garden: free

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01673 857768
bookings@golthogardens.com
http://www.golthogardens.com/
Lincoln Road
Goltho
Lincolnshire
LN8 5NF
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