Regency House is the original Hemyock Rectory, built in 1855 with a yard and barn much older than that.Over the last twenty years the garden has been brought back to life from a state of near dereliction and returned to its highly productive state of yesteryear. The walled veg garden produces a phenomenal amount of fantastic food now.
There are ponds and well-trimmed yew hedges, a blue and white garden, bog garden, a new winter garden, many other interesting areas to explore and lots of places just to sit.
Do come and visit this wonderful garden, only a five minute walk from the Catherine Wheel on the Dunkeswell Road and try your hand at identifying the plants with the mind-boggling plant list that has been compiled over the years.
Cream Tea available
All proceeds go to Charity, the principle one being Macmillan Cancer Support.
For the National Gardens Scheme
Sundays June 21st & September 27th, 11 - 6
Adults £3.50 Children free