Plants thrive in this sheltered sunny corner of North Devon.

Clovelly Court Gardens lie within the old walled gardens of Clovelly Court. You will find them a complete contrast to the bustle of the village, so enjoy their tranquility and beauty. Every visit is different in this ever changing garden. The kitchen garden is the main feature along with the colourful herbaceous borders. The beautifully restored Victorian glasshouses shelter an array of Mediterranean fruits such as Victorian white peaches, apricots, melons, grapes, oranges and lemons.

Kitchen gardens with herbaceous borders

You can buy vegetables, fruit, plants and cut flowers in the little shed shop in the gardens. You can also buy them at the Visitor Centre. The entry charge to Clovelly includes free admission, but if you only wish to visit the gardens, there is a small admission charge. Park outside the entrance gates to Clovelly Court, then follow the signs. They lie next to All Saints Church. The gardens are open from 1st April to 30th September.  You are welcome to bring dogs on leads.

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