Ever Before

Visiting Ever Garden

Open Days and Times:

** Currently closed - re-opens May 2022 **

Visits possible by arrangement for large groups or private viewing outside of the main season or normal open days -  see Ever More.


£5.50 for entry to cottage and garden.

Child (5-15 years) £3.00 - Children under 5 free.

Ever Friends:

Unlimited entry running for 365 days from joining.

'Just Visited' Single £12, 'Just Visited' Joint £20

or normally Single £17.50, Joint £31

Please note:

Children must be supervised at all times - some installations are fragile.

Apologies, no dogs except guide dogs.

Covid Precautions

On arrival contactless payment is done outside. Cash and Chip and Pin is also accepted with hand sanitiser available. Within the cottage, the downstairs rooms and annexe gallery have doors and windows fixed open providing good ventilation. A remaining limit to two people at a time per room for the moment and face masks ideally worn to be cautious inside.

We have acquired the 'We're Good to Go' industry standard from Visit Britain which means we have followed government guidelines, we have a regularly reviewed Risk Assessment in place and a process to maintain cleanliness and aid social distancing. Seating is provided for any waiting to go inside. 

Where Ever?


Ever Garden, Warnes Lane, Brighstone Isle of Wight PO30 4BJ

Ever Garden is located in Brighstone village centre adjacent to the village car park. Ever Garden's entrance is located on Warnes Lane, which is the short road that leads to the village car park off Main Road. Warnes Lane is found to the side of the Three Bishops pub and opposite North Street's row of National Trust thatched cottages.

Arriving by Car

The closest parking is in the adjacent village car park on Warnes Lane or on Main Road. There is no parking at Ever Garden itself.

Unrestricted parking can also be found only a little further away on the west (upper) section of Upper Lane - and also on New Road, where a footpath cuts through up to the car park and Ever Garden.

Arriving by Bus

The No. 12 bus runs from Newport to Alum Bay and calls in at Brighstone.

The bus stop itself is on Main Road opposite Warnes Lane (the Three Bishops' stop). See the Southern Vectis website for up to date timetables.

Other information:


No refreshments are available on site, but the village has a range of dining and refreshment options before or after your visit:

Brighstone Village Shop

Brighstone Newsagent & Coffee Shop

Three Bishops Pub with beer garden

Tandem Tea Room


Toilet facilities are available in Warnes Lane village car park.

Wheelchair Access

The paths around the garden are partly accessible to wheelchairs with gravel in gravel mats for a firmer surface, sloped pathways may require some assistance. The small cottage rooms are unfortunately not wheelchair accessible due to size. Please get in touch if you would like more details.

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