Sadly, this Open Garden event has been cancelled.
The fifteen acres of formal and informal gardens that surround this house, along with extensive woodland walks, are at their best in late spring.
Whitfield is best known for its many record-breaking trees, of which a grove of coastal redwoods planted in the mid-19th century is the most spectacular.
A string of lakes running north from the house are surrounded by an interesting collection of magnolias planted over the past 100 years.
The planting directly around the house was re-designed by the garden designer, Arabella Lennox-Boyd, after renovations to the house in 1999.
The camellia house contains specimens planted in the 1840s and leads into a kitchen garden where you will see the National Champion 1780 ginkgo biloba.
At 3pm there will be a flying display by Wye Valley Falconry.
In advance: Adults £5
On the day: Adults £6