Guanock House was thought once to be the site of a Roman settlement, and later a monastic grange. In it’s current existence as a Manor House it is thought to date back to the 16th Century.
The gardens, which have been created over the last 14 years, include the wilderness garden, orchard, physic garden, lawn parterre, herbaceous garden, lime walk, kitchen garden and winter knot garden – all set within the premisis’ five acres. It’s current awe inspiring English Garden setting was designed by gold medal Chelsea Flower Show winner, Arne Maynard.
Guanock House and Gardes is listed as being of architectural or historic interst and is of Grade II Status.