The Walled Garden at Beanacre Barn
The garden of the Beanacre Barn is a particularly outstanding feature.
We are keen gardeners and have developed it in a contemporary cottage garden style. There are climbing roses on the high walls and the planting in the wide borders includes a range of perennials designed to provide interest and colour through the spring, summer and autumn seasons.
The garden is exclusively for your enjoyment during your stay in the Beanacre Barn and is a beautiful and peaceful place in which to unwind. We provide garden furniture on the sheltered patio for al fresco eating and relaxing.
With grass meadows on all sides the garden is rich in wildlife. The resident pair of pheasants visit regularly and a wide selection of birds, ranging from goldfinches to buzzards, are to be seen in garden and the surrounding area.
The National Gardens Scheme (NGS) in Somerset
2018 was our 12th, and last, year of opening our garden under the National Garden Scheme (NGS) and it is very gratifying that over the years we received support from so many visitors, some from surprising distances, which enabled us to contribute on average £1000 each year to the NGS, which in turn supports so many vital care charities.
“Gardening really can make a difference!”
We continue to maintain the garden and we hope it will continue to be a special feature as a source of pleasure and relaxation for guests staying in the Beanacre Barn.
There are very many beautiful and inspiring gardens for you to visit in our local area which open for the National Gardens Scheme and we would be pleased to advise you and provide more information. The money collected by the NGS is donated to a number of vital care related charities, such as Marie Curie and the Macmillan Trust.
To find out more, visit the NGS website.