Victorian Kitchen Gardens

A unique feature of Ringwood Hall Hotel - the Victorian Kitchen Gardens

When the current hotel owners bought the property some eleven years ago, this area was literally an overgrown jungle.

Our Head Gardener - Derek Edwards, has spent many long hours over the years renovating and bringing this feature back to life. After years of hard work, the south facing Victorian kitchen gardens are something like they were some two hundred years or so ago when the main house  a private dwelling.

Today the herbs and vegetables grown, plus the tomatoes grown in the hotel`s Victorian greenhouses, are used in the preparation of food by our brigade of chefs. This produce is included in many of the dishes served in our Coach House Dining Room restaurant.

We encourage guests to discover and walk through our six acres of formal gardens, and they too will be amazed when they see this wonderfully restored piece if local history. There are not too many local hotels keeping a team of six gardeners busy, nor having such a uniquely restored feature in their grounds.

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