During the Mayday bank holidays we welcomed Hennis Sweet Treats of Weymouth to Minterne Gardens.

Hennis served cream teas and we are very pleased to announce that they will continue to provide refreshments on the East Terrace throughout May (please note: they will not be available this weekend 07/05/16) or during the Minterne Spring Fair (15/05/16).

Why not come and enjoy the beautiful weather and stop for something to eat overlooking the 27 acres of Dorset countryside?

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“”This is our favourite place”

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“Minterne Garden looking beautiful today, my first visit, still discovering Dorset after 36yrs!”

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“Visited @Minterne_Garden, gorgeous place! Planned an hour, stayed an entireafternoon”

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” We had a lovely walk round. Its very peaceful. Its set in beautiful surrounds. Make sure you read all the information on the way round, it is very interesting.”

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“Very interesting plants and trees, water features and a small tearoom for refreshments make for a lovely way to spend an afternoon”

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“A little corner of Peaceful England”

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“Glorious woodland gardens – a joy to behold”

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"Beautifully laid out Himalayan gardens incorporating a wide variety of mature trees and shrubs accessed by level paths. Fascinating, different and quiet. Well worth a visit. Entry £5 per person via honesty box." apatish3 Horsham, United Kingdom Via...
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Gardens Open Daily
10am – 6pm    *    11th February to 9th November    *    Admission Price £5.00 (Children under 12 Free)
Season Tickets Available Here 

Dogs welcome on leads    *    Parking is FREE for visitors in the car park opposite St Andrews Church    *    Minterne currently offers a selection of cream teas (weather permitting - please phone ahead to confirm)    *    Please note: Unfortunately, Minterne Gardens feature many uneven surfaces and are therefore NOT SUITABLE for wheelchairs    *    Minterne House itself is a private residence and therefore not open to the public without prior consent.