The gates are open at Betley Court Gardens! Come and explore our ten-acres of gardens during daffodil season.Join Nigel and Su from the Brown family as they open the gardens of Betley Court during daffodils season. This is a garden at the beginning of its revival. Dating from 1716, the gardens were the pleasure grounds to generations of local squires, until 1948 when Betley Court became a Red Cross hospital and then a rehabilitation centre for orthapeadic injuries. Notable landscape gardeners William Emes and William Barron contributed to the garden design. Explore 10-acres of gardens, ranging from formal flowerbeds, to a woodland walk around the dingle and pond. Complimentary hot drinks and biscuits available at the visiotrs hub. Children under 15 FREE. NB: paths are gravel and turf and steep in places. Dogs on leads welcome.