Prince of Wales gardens

Formal gardens

  • Seating
  • Lily pond
  • Trees and open space
  • Daffodil Trail

Part of the South Cliff family of gardens, Prince of Wales Gardens were built before 1860 as a private haven for the residents of the surrounding households.

In the 1920’s the gardens underwent a face-lift, which included rockeries, lily pond, lawn and a classical style shelter.

Prince of Wales gardens
Prince of Wales gardens
Park Facilities: 
Disabled access Disabled access
Dogs welcome Dogs welcome
Flower borders Flower borders
On-street parking On-street parking
Picnic area Picnic area
Pond or lake Pond or lake
Walks Walks