A long-established garden created on terraces perched above the steep cliff dropping down to the river Goyt.
It is colourful throughout the year but especially in spring and early summer.
Adding to the beauty of the garden are the views of the nearby hill glimpsed through the trees.
As the present owners we can’t claim credit for the garden but see ourselves as custodians building on the efforts of the past and guarding it for the future.
Gardens 19 and 20, are situated on the sharp bends of Strines Road where there is virtually no parking. However, the towpath of the Peak Forest Canal is just across the road and accessible via a short footpath. A Linking walks guide is available explaining the scenic route along the canal towpath from Marple centre via the Girlguiding headquarters on Brickbridge Road.
The availability of Prosecco and Cake will make the walk worthwhile!
Strines Road, SK6 7DT