Wollerton Old Hall Garden
Set around a 16th Century Hall (Hall not open to the public), Wollerton Old Hall is a formal, modern garden on an old site. Located in north Shropshire and covering 4 acres, its garden rooms are richly planted with perennials and bursting with design ideas. The garden is renowned for its salvias, clematis and roses, growing in controlled exuberance, and the clever use of colour, form and scale.
Food is freshly prepared in the tearoom for each open day. We cater for most dietary requirements. However, all our food is prepared in a kitchen where nuts, gluten and other known allergens may be present. We hold a license to sell alcohol and offer a selection of beer and wine.
When Lesley Jenkins moved back to her former childhood home of Wollerton Old Hall in 1983 with her husband John, she quickly discovered that the great age of the site demanded formality in the gardens design. She created three north-south and three east-west vistas. The resulting linearity of these vistas together with the hedges, walls and paths resulted in a collection of separate gardens, with each one having its own style and ethos.
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