The shop at Sissinghurst Castle Garden

Christmas collection from the National Trust

With the winter drawing in and thoughts turning to the festive season we have lots of tasty treats to tempt. All of our food is made in the UK by small artisanal producers.

Festive ranges

We have something for everyone from an iced ginger and rum cake made by Simply Delicious in Shropshire, savoury cheese nibbles or a chilli gift set. The set contains a red pepper and chilli relish and a hot chilli chutney – The perfect gift for spice lovers.

If you are looking for something different to decorate your home, we have something for all tastes; festive red robins, red paper Christmas trees and an exclusive red and tweed stocking made by Tweedmill. Or if blue is your theme, we have a white and blue floral bauble by Gisela Graham, a recycled blue glass bauble by Grand Illusions or if you prefer natural looking, we have twig hedgehogs, an LED glass bauble by Ascalon or a wooden stag head by Parlane. Looking for that special gift?

We have bags and scarves in a design inspired by the intricate carvings on the ceiling at Knightshayes in Devon. Choose a tweed cap made in the UK, available in three sizes for the men or a wilderness multi-tool for those enjoying the outdoors. The children are not forgotten with games like bug bingo, our den kit or a telescope accompanied by a range of Christmas themed books. If you can’t decide what to choose, why not select one of our build your own hamper kits in three sizes and fill with whatever takes your fancy.

Family shopping at Sissinghurst

Family shopping 

There's a new range of exciting products for all the family to enjoy. The ever popular explorer packs are a great way to help kick start your adventure at Sissinghurst and let you see far and wide. If you're visiting the bird hide out on the estate then one of our wildlife books might be the ideal gift to help you know what's flying over head.

Rhubarb Forcers in the Standen plant shop

Crops for Pots at Sissinghurst Castle Garden

You don’t need a large garden to grow fruit and vegetables at home. There are all sorts of edibles you can grow in pots on your doorstep or balcony.