The Countess of Wemyss and March, Amanda Feilding, invites members of OGT to visit Beckley Park, a 16th-century hunting lodge built on a medieval site. The Tudor house has a history that dates back to King Alfred. Gardens include three moats, topiary and a lovely pond with an island. The visit will include the gardens and guided tour of the ground floor of the very unique house in small groups. Tea/coffee and home-made cakes will be served in the lawn area.

Maximum 20.   £17 members, £20 guests.  Time: 10 15am – 12 30pm

The grounds are rustic in character with uneven ground.  Access is suitable for those with good mobility. There is limited access for mobility devices and those with special needs.

Car parking is limited and ride shares may need be needed.

To book please visit OGT Events on EventCube

Members of other Gardens Trusts can book at OGT members rate.  An email with joining information will be sent 3-5 days before the visit, including further details and directions.

If you would like to be placed on a waiting list for this visit to Beckley, should a place arise, please email