Clearbeck offers, say visitors, “a surprise round every corner”. Lawns, flower beds and ponds near the house lead out over the lake and wildlife landscape garden to mountains and meadows beyond. A statue of Don Quixote, catching your eye from the gate, captures the spirit of this 4+ acre garden, where tower, temple, pyramid and maze tempt the fun-loving and thoughtful.
A new scrape has been dug in the wildlife area near the lake. We hope it will increase the already extensive diversity of wild life.
Set in the lovely area of Tatham Fells, it was dubbed “the artist’s garden” by RHS tours because of its sculpture and artist’s studio.
Open under the National Gardens Scheme in 2018, from 11am to 5pm, on Spring Bank Holiday Sunday and Monday (27th and 28th May), on Sunday 24th June, and on Sunday 1st July.
Group visits are welcome, with parking arrangements for coaches and cars. Coffee/tea & home-made biscuits at £2 per person.
- Short talk available on the garden.
- Limited WC facility.
- Garden leaflet.
- A quiz is available for children.
The garden is 10½ miles from the M6, J34 via A683 and B6480 to Wray. It is signed from Wray and Low Bentham on open days.
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