Garden Facilities

tearoom cups


‘A beautiful garden and a fantastic tearoom! Thank you'.

***Due to Covid-19, the tea room is currently running a take-away service serving cakes, ice creams and hot and cold drinks.***

Our five star rated tearoom is open from 11am – 4pm when the gardens are open serving delicious, quality, homemade food. We offer homemade soup (using local produce) jacket potatoes, gardeners lunch and filled baguettes for lunch and cakes and scones for tea.

We are keen to support local producers and suppliers. Our bread is baked locally, our cakes are made here with free range eggs, our honey comes from bees that use the gardens and our salads and soup ingredients come from the gardens during the summer.
Please note: the tearoom is open for visitors to the gardens only.

gift shop

courtyard shop at Easton 


garden & homeware 

Explore our range of beautiful homewares, gifts and stationery. From statement vases and characterful ceramics to aromatic diffusers and timeless handmade jewellery. Discover unique, luxury brands and independent designers such as Sweet William, Chive and land&water. Our extended shop floor now includes a range of good quality gardening accoutrements, including well-known brands Darlac, Nutscene and Sting in the Tail.


We are proud to use the finest seed from our garden to create a collection of the best heritage, scented and modern sweet peas. We've taken the best sweet peas available for the UK climate, trialled the seed over several generations and can offer you the benefit of all our expertise to make sure your seeds give you the best chance of a summer of glorious scented flowers and posies.

The Easton Collection is available in fully recyclable tins. Decorated in a pattern designed by Ursula Cholmeley, the tin reflects colours found in arts and crafts motifs of the Edwardian Era when sweet peas were as highly valued at Easton as they are today.

Whenever you need a special gift or practical present, our ideas are here to help. The Shop at Easton offers small surprises and mood-lifting gifts to make anyone’s day.


We are officially Good to Go! We have acquired the Industry Standard mark which means that we have followed government and industry COVID-19 guidelines, have a risk assessment in place and a process to maintain cleanliness and aid social distancing.

For local visitors:

Don’t forget that you can visit the shop without paying entry any time the gardens are open.

We accept all major credit and debit cards.

Shop Now:

To shop now for sweet pea and cottage gardens seeds, snowdrops by post and garden products, please click here.

For Children:

Children come into the gardens for £3.75 Under 4s are free. We like parents, grandparents and children to be able to enjoy the gardens together so you will find child friendly low-tech activities throughout the grounds. If you walk right around the garden it is about one mile and there are short cuts to the tearoom and toilets. We have balls to kick around, a turf maze to run around, a yew tunnel and little things for sale at a reasonable price in the gift shop. The Wren Trail (collect letters from little wren boxes around the gardens to form a word and get a certificate)

Schools are welcome on Mondays and Tuesdays throughout the season. For more details please contact us.

Disabled Access

The upper gardens are accessible by wheelchair in dry weather. The admissions, gift shop, tearoom, coach house, history room and toilets all have good disabled access. Although there is no access to the lower gardens by wheelchair it is possible to look down over the gardens from the site of the old hall.
There is a steep drop to the lower gardens with steps on the terraces which is not recommended if you are unsure on your feet. However, we have created an alternative access down a slope below the vegetable garden. This avoids the steps, has handrails and a seat at the bottom. 
There is plenty of seating throughout the gardens.
Please be aware that although we have made every effort to make our paths as accessible as possible, some mobility scooters may struggle due to the wood chip surface. All visitors are reminded that this is a privately owned garden on a tight budget on a steep slope and that some points of access may not be as good here as, say, in a National Trust property.

Parking arrangements: Allocated disabled parking is available and a pick up point is offered if you enquire at admissions on arrival.

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One of the best gardens - stunning!