Trip Highlights: Browse the beautiful gardens created by Vita Sackville-West and her husband, renowned throughout the horticultural world.
Features: Three course lunch with champagne and wine on outward journey, coach transfer and admission to Sissinghurst gardens, cream tea in restaurant, return coach journey to London.
Your Journey Detailed information
Your journey takes you to Sissinghurst, where Vita Sackville-West and her husband Harold Nicolson transformed a few derelict buildings and a near wilderness into an imaginable and beautiful series of gardens, with the Tudor tower and two cottages as a centrepiece.
A glass of chilled champagne is served as soon as you board the train. This is followed by a three course lunch accompanied by half a bottle of wine. On arrival at Folkestone you will be met by your guide who will accompany you on the coach transfer to Sissinghurst (approximately one hour). At Sissinghurst, you can browse around the gardens at your leisure for around an hour before enjoying a cream tea in the Barn Restaurant. You then rejoin the coach for the journey back to London.
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