Two Season Tickets for Stillingfleet Lodge Gardens near York
The Stillingfleet Lodge Season Tickets are an excellent gift option for garden enthusiasts. For just £36 for two season tickets you can make as many visits to the garden as you like in the current season (April to September) during regular opening hours.
Stillingfleet Lodge Garden is a quintessentially English garden which is managed to be as wildlife friendly as possible.
Where is it? You can find Stillingfleet Lodge Gardens & Nurseries at Stewart Lane,
Stillingfleet, York, YO19 6HP.
Length of experience The annual passes are valid for one year for as many visits as you like.
What you need to know There are no formal restrictions but wheelchair users may find access to some areas of the garden tricky.
How much will it cost? A pair of annual passes cost £36.
To have a boxed and gift wrapped voucher sent by post will cost an additional £3.50.
How to redeeem your voucher Your voucher will have a contact name and information about booking your experience. If you have any questions before booking please get in touch.
The small print Please note that passes are valid from April to September in the year they were redeemed. For example if you redeem your Uniquely Local voucher at the gardens for 2 passes in August you will only be able to visit the garden during the current season which will end at the end of September. However, the vouchers are valid for one year from date of purchase so it may be better to wait and redeem them at the start of the next season in April.
Voucher Delivery Our eco-friendly voucher boxes are available for £3.50 and will be sent via Royal Mail first class post. Delivery time is approximately 1 or 2 days. PDF e-vouchers are FREE and emailed shortly after ordering.
Two Season Tickets for Stillingfleet Lodge Gardens
The season ticket for Stillingfleet Lodge Gardens and Nurseries is a must for any garden enthusiasts. The ticket enables you to visit the peaceful gardens and peruse the well stocked nursery as many times as you like in a year. The gardens, which are easily accessible from York and surrounding areas, are quintessentially English. The gardens are managed to be as wildlife friendly as possible. This family garden, which has been lovingly planted-up over 40 years, comprises a series of small gardens surrounding the family home. These open out into an avenue that leads to a wild flower meadow. The planting emphasises a cottage garden style and every part is maintained organically. It is a haven for wildlife and seed heads are purposefully left as food for birds and cutting back limited to provide habitat for insects.