Who owns Mount Ephraim?
The Dawes Family
|Mount Ephraim Gardens|
|Operated by||The Dawes Family|
|Status||Open March–September, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday as well as Bank Holidays.|
|Collections||Japanese garden, topiary, rose garden, grass maze and rock garden|
Are dogs allowed at Mount Ephraim?
We are a dog friendly garden and all dogs are very welcome in the gardens and Tea Room – on leads please.
Where is Mount Ephraim in Israel?
Mount Ephraim (Hebrew: הר אפרים), or alternately Mount of Ephraim, was the historical name for the central mountainous district of Israel once occupied by the Tribe of Ephraim (Joshua 17:15; 19:50; 20:7), extending from Bethel to the plain of Jezreel.
Where are the Mount Ephraim Gardens in Kent?
Mount Ephraim Gardens is an Edwardian terraced gardens located at Hernhill, near Faversham, in the English county of Kent . The gardens are laid out around a large house and 800 acres (3,200,000 m 2) estate.
When is Mount Ephraim open to the public?
The gardens are open to the public from April to September on Wednesdays to Sundays and Bank Holidays. Sitting at the top of the hill is the late-Victorian manor house with its impressive sweeping staircase and stunning reception rooms available for weddings and private events.
Is the Mount Ephraim Gardens accessible to wheelchair users?
Due to the nature of our gardens being built on a large natural slope, the gardens may be inaccessible to wheelchair users and people with lesser mobility. The area located around the house and West Wing Kitchen is relatively flat and more accessible. We have disabled toilets and reserved disabled parking.
Where is the bus from Canterbury to Mount Ephraim?
The number 3 bus between Faversham and Canterbury stops on the corner of Staple Street road in Boughton-under-Blean – a 10 minute walk along narrow country lanes. Due to the nature of our gardens being built on a large natural slope, the gardens may be inaccessible to wheelchair users and people with lesser mobility.