Craigside in the High Peak is delighted to be included again in the National Garden Scheme's - Yellow Book for 2012.

Craigside will be open to the public in June and September 2012.

Saturday 16th, Sunday 17th, Monday 18th and Tuesday 19th of June 2012 between 1pm & 5pm.

Sunday 16th September between 12 noon and 5 pm

Entrance fee is £3.50 for adults and are children free. Home made cream teas and cakes available.

Private parties are welcome by arrangement between April and September.

More About Us

Craigside is in Whaley Bridge on the border of the Peak District National Park. Perched on the steep side of a valley that is home to the 150 year old Todbrook reservoir that feeds the local canals. The house was built around 1906 and the sloping garden more or less looks to the East South East.

Over the last few years Jane has worked hard in the garden to create a varied set of planting and hard landscaping that works in this relatively harsh, but beautiful setting.

In August 2010 Craigside was featured in Amateur Gardening magazine.

Click here to see a plan of the garden

Click here for the more pictures of the garden


National Garden Scheme

Craigside will be open to the public between in June and September 2012. See the top of the screen for more details.

Further information about the National Garden Scheme and the 3500 gardens in England and Wales that will be open to visitors this year can be found on .

If you are interested in getting involved with the National Garden scheme either as a volunteer or maybe opening your garden then give Jane a call on 01663 732381.

Some Of Our Plants

Lots of Acers, a 400 year old Oak tree, Blue Spruce and several other forms of very tall pines.

Bamboo, Poppies and many more varieties.

Geranium one of the many plants that grows here.