Acorn Bank is a walled garden dating from the 17th century. It is planted with over 250 types of herbs for both medicinal and culinary uses. There is also an orchard used for growing traditional varieties of fruit. Outside the walled garden visitors can walk to the partially restored watermill and pond alongside the river.
Acorn Bank was first created in the 17th century.
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