National Trust property. Delightful garden renowned for its herbs and fruit orchards. The 17th-century walls shelter the National Trust's largest collection of medicinal and culinary plants in the fascinating herb garden; the traditional orchards are carpeted with wildflowers and surrounded by herbaceous borders. Beyond the walls, the new orchard contains a growing collection of local apples.
Car parking within grounds. Small shop and plants for sale. A circular woodland walk runs beside the Crowdundle Beck to Acorn Bank Watermill. Herbs and fruit from the garden are used in the tearoom.
Temple Sowerby Temple Sowerby CA10 1SP
017683 61893 Visit the Acorn Bank (National Trust) website firstname.lastname@example.org
Disabled access : Grounds partly accessible to wheelchairs on grass, gravel and undulating terrain. Braille and large print guides available. Adapted WC. Two wheelchairs available. Opening Times : Check website for opening times and events schedule.