Bury Court dates back over many centuries, showing up as possibly a small village on 17th century maps. It was a thriving hop farm until the 1980s and in the mid 1990s became the base for a marvellous plant nursery, Green Farm Plants, when the present owner, John Coke, inherited it.
The contemporary walled garden, designed by Piet Oudolf, was created from the concrete farmyard and is now a well-known show garden specializing in grasses and hardy perennials.
The original threshing barn, thought to have been moved to this site in the 1930s, was fully restored and converted in 2002. It now provides a vibrant venue for events ranging from exclusive weddings to dynamic corporate functions with exciting concerts and opera in between.