We're most well-known for our spectacular 10 acre Edwardian gardens. Our topiary garden, rock and water garden, arboretum and rose garden combine to create a charming experience - a monument to an age gone by.
First laid out in the early 1900s, the gardens suffered through wartime neglect and damage from use by the army. However, in the early 1950s Mary and Bill Dawes poured their hearts and souls into restoring them - with Mary involved heavily in the day-to-day running until her death in 2009 at the dignified age of 93. It's this family touch that lends Mount Ephraim Gardens their personal charm.