After a long woodland stroll, you’ll find our cosy Brewhouse
tea-room near the main house. Here you can order a delicious cream tea or a warming soup among other refreshments.
Even though it’s October, The Vyne’s show-stopping dahlia border is still displaying thousands of magnificent blooms, and will do, until the first frosts. Bigger than ever, it features over 300 plants, in shades from cream, yellow and vibrant orange, to hot pink and magenta red.
Dahlias were an important part of horticultural life at The Vyne in the 19th century, when head gardener Mr Broomfield regularly won prizes for his blooms at local shows.
In the summerhouse garden, orange Pelargoniums bring out the terracotta shades of the Summerhouse brickwork. Planted alongside these warm tones, deep purple Heliotropes form a neat ring around the central flower beds.
In the border, ruby-red sprigs of Crocosmia punctuate the scene accompanied by coral Sedums and golden yellow Rudbeckia.
Alongside the orchard apple trees, sturdy American red oaks reach up to the skies boasting fiery-red leaves.
In the walled garden, hefty, pale yellow pumpkins bulge from some of the plant beds.