Hole Park's 15 acre garden has interest throughout the year.
The basis of the garden was laid out by grandfather of the present owner, Mr D G W Barham.
The garden is renowned for beautifully clipped topiary and great yew hedges. These provide shelter for the lawns and splendid borders.
The walled garden contains mixed borders, pools and a water garden. Marvellous climbing plants also provide a fine display here. The natural garden has bulbs, azaleas, rhododendrons and flowering shrubs.
There is a woodland bluebell walk and in the autumn the foliage colour is spectacular.
Hole Park has many fine trees and the garden is surrounded by superb parkland with wonderful views across the Kentish Weald.