This delightful walled garden was designed by gardening guru Gertrude Jekyll in 1911 for her friend Edwin Lutyens, while he was transforming Lindisfarne Castle into a holiday home.The garden is located where the castle’s garrison had originally had its vegetable plot.
The National trust used Jekyll’s original planting scheme to re-establish the garden and return it to its original glory (with some slight modern modifications).
The garden is free to visit, even if you are have not paid to go into the castle. To reach it, pass the stiles that lead to the castle, and then turn left.
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