Greenway house and garden: 'the loveliest place in the world'
Bringing the garden to your home
Blooming lovely magnolias
Bright pink and white magnolias bloom in the spring, with the wonderful backdrop of the Dart estuary.
Battery on the river
Complete with cannons, the battery is the place to spot wildlife and watch the passing river traffic.
Vibrant pinks, reds and delicate creams - there are many varieties of camellias at Greenway. There's even a Camellia Garden tucked away in the woodland garden.
Loveliest place in the world
Agatha Christie called Greenway 'the loveliest place in the world' and it's not hard to see why, with views like this.
Quiet spot of contemplation
Tucked away behind the walled gardens lies the fernery, with a trickling water feature and a pet cemetary. It's a secluded and peaceful place, with sunlit filtering through a canopy provided by towering trees.
Other family collectibles
A diverse and fascinating array of pocket watches, snuff boxes and miniatures was probably collected by Rosalind.
These rare silk pictures were collected by the whole family. Woven on a Jacquard loom, they were made in Coventry during the 19th century.
Produced in the East Ayrshire town after which they are named, these souvenir wooden boxes were collected by Agatha.
Originally this brass-studded chest would have been used to store a women's dowry but was instead used by the family to store dressing-up clothes.
Explore the objects and works of art we care for at Greenway on the National Trust Collections website