Felley Priory, Underwood, Nottinghamshire, NG16 5FJ
The tranquil garden at Felley Priory, where visitors can discover many rare and unusual plants, is one of Nottinghamshire’s best kept secrets. The 2.5 acre garden has been carefully planned so there are plants to see all year round. Visitors can also enjoy the beautiful, rolling countryside and the stunning exterior of the venue’s 16th century house. Felley Priory has a fully-stocked nursery, where visitors can purchase plants they have seen in the garden. The Farmhouse Tea Room offers a selection of light lunches, snacks, and drinks with gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan food, and can be hired for private events. The house is not open to the public and dogs are not allowed at the venue, except guide dogs. Both the gardens and The Farmhouse Tea Room at Felley Priory are wheelchair accessible.
Facilities: The Farmhouse Tea Room, free car parking, disabled toilets.
How to get there
By car: Felley Priory is half a mile from junction 27 of the M1.
By train: Newstead station (5.1 miles).
Website: Felley Priory Gardens