The 20 acres of garden surround the Georgian Belmont House, which houses a world-famous clock collection. The present layout of the grounds dates from the 1790s, though the planting has been altered over the past two centuries. The gardens consist of a walled garden, pinetum, wooded areas, formal lawns and a large kitchen garden designed by Arabella Lennox Boyd, a nuttery and cherry and apple orchards.
Graeme Watts has been the Head Gardener at Belmont for the last 17 years and has guided six WRAGS through their training.
Entry to the gardens is £5 per person payable on the gate, and the private tour is £10 bookable through the WFGA.