The new Gardens Visitors’ Tea Room at Stone Lane Gardens opened on the weekend of 11 July 2020, gaining much praise from its first customers. From 11am until 5pm, Tea Room visitors were welcomed with tea and coffee and by treats, sourced from local suppliers, such as chocolate cake, cheese scones and Devon cream teas. […]
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The trustees of Stone Lane Gardens are pleased to confirm that The Three Inch Fools will be presenting Shakespeare’s The Merry Wives of Windsor outdoors among the trees on Sunday, 15 August 2021. Advanced tickets can be purchased from the SHOP on this web site.
In June, Phacelia not only looks lovely in between the young saplings in the tree nursery, but is useful as well. It is planted as a ‘Green Manure’ crop and the honey bees from our hives buzz happily among the purple flowers ready to make their honey.
The trustees of Stone Lane Gardens are pleased to announce that Planning Permission has been granted by the Dartmoor National Park Authority for a Tea Room for garden visitors. The Tea Room will be situated in an old barn and will serve tea, coffee, cakes and cream teas. Details about opening times will be available […]
The Corona Virus situation can change very quickly. Please check the current government guidelines before you set out to visit the garden. For your own safety and the safety of others, please follow all Coronavirus government health guidelines and restrictions. If the government criteria allow you to visit go to the Your Visit page on […]
A new mixed broad-leaf Devon hedge was planted today at Stone Lane, by the brilliant volunteers of Chagford Conservation Group. In due course, the hedge will provide good habitat and become an effective screen between the Gardens’ land and our neighbour’s buildings. Stone Lane Gardens wants to warmly thank all such volunteer groups who do […]
Due to the current outbreak of Corvid 19, Dartmoor National Park has postponed this show. Our otter will, therefore, go into storage for the time being. Postponed: Otter Spotters, who enjoyed finding the locations in 2017, will be delighted to know that Stone Lane Gardens will be hosting a Moor Otter as part of […]
Stone Lane Gardens is an enchanting 5-acre woodland gardens on the edge of the Dartmoor National Park, famous for a National Collection of Birch and Alder trees and the annual Mythic Garden sculpture exhibition.