Stone Lane Gardens is situated in the lovely Dartmoor National Park, Devon. It is a beautiful place to visit at any time of year and is open seven days a week from 10am to 6pm in the summer months and 10am till dusk in the winter. Group visits and schools are most welcome by arrangement, and can even be accommodated outside normal opening hours. Our specialist tree nursery is not open to casual visitors (though we welcome visits by appointment) but we are delighted to help with advice by email or phone. Trees can be ordered via the website shop, by email, telephone or post.
Discounts may apply to Groups of 10 or more. Please get in touch for details.
Well behaved dogs are welcome, on a lead.
See our blog for a canine’s view of the garden – Bailey’s blog…a Devon Dog
The Garden is set on a sloping site, with a level, stony drive leading into the top half of the arboretum; which consists of groupings of trees with grass areas between. This area slopes downhill to the second half of the garden; which is accessed by narrow paths, some soft, some stone paths and various sets of steps. We have a ‘disabled’ toilet at ground level. During the low season all visitors can park in our farmyard immediately by the entrance.
The above information is intended to be informative to those who feel they may have difficulty negotiating the garden. We do not advertise as being suitable for people with walking difficulties, but will make every effort to assist and help you enjoy your visit. If in any doubt, please phone us for a chat on 01647 231311.