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The Tyringham family owned the Hall from its construction in 1609 right up until 1968 when the current owner, Sherry Scott, bought it. Sherry’s care and dedication with constant planting throughout almost half a century, have created a strikingly colourful garden that also boasts unrestricted views of the Buckinghamshire rolling hills. This is a garden to relish! Part of the house will be open with access through the front door.
Directions: Cuddington is signposted off the B418. Continue across the cross roads down Upper Church Street. Pass the local shops. Tyringham Hall is just past the church on a right hand bend.
Parking: In the cricket car park at the end of Bernard Close, 600 metres walk.Disabled parking in Tibby’s Lane to the right of the Hall.
• Sorry, no dogs • WC not suitable for wheelchair users
Tickets: £5 in advance or £6 on the gate
*Part of the ‘Multi-Save Open Gardens Ticket’ – Visit 6 gardens for the price of 5. Buy a £30 Open Gardens ticket to have entry to all of the gardens this season excluding Lord’s Wood and The South Pavilion which have limited numbers and need to be booked separately*