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Queen Anne Cottage

Queen Anne Cottage was the banqueting house of Whitehurst Gardens, the original walled garden of Chirk Castle. The Cottage was bought by a professional gardener who has made a beautiful garden around his unique home with a selection of unusual trees, shrubs, herbaceous, woodland, and old roses.

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About Queen Anne Cottage

Whitehurst Garden was built in C17 for productive and ornamental purposes as the walled garden of Chirk Castle. Queen Anne Cottage, the old banqueting house, and about an acre of land was bought by a professional gardener and is now in complete contrast to the unrestored Whitehurst garden on one side and below.

Sadly, Whitehurst Garden is now at risk of becoming a significant ‘lost garden’ as its structures are deteriorating rapidly. Years of neglect have taken their toll on this once beautiful garden and its unique historical features will be lost to future generations. It urgently needs restoration, both as a garden of special heritage interest and for the benefit of the local community.


Location details

Queen Anne Cottage,
North East Wales,
LL14 5AS

Directions to Queen Anne Cottage
50 metres off Whitehurst r'about, opp Jewson`s Building Yard.

Queen Anne Cottage openings

This garden has now completed its National Garden Scheme openings for this year.


  • The garden is on a slope with a few sets of steps and will not be easy for those who are not able bodied.
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Payment is by cash only. Please get in touch with the owners for more details.

Sorry, there is no available parking for coaches at Queen Anne Cottage at this time.

Yes, dogs are welcome at Queen Anne Cottage. Please keep the dogs on fixed short leads in the garden and keep in mind that you are responsible for controlling the dog’s behaviour. For any specific rules please ask the owners.

Yes, there are various plants offerred for sale at Queen Anne Cottage, please enquire with the owners for more details.

Sorry, Queen Anne Cottage does not yet accommodate wheelchair users.

Queen Anne Cottage is not explicitly a wildlife garden, but you may still find various indigenous flora and fauna.