Kilver Court Designer Village and Gardens
From the 5-7 October, the Kilver Court Ballroom will be taken over by their first lingerie warehouse sale. There will be a huge selection of underwear, swimwear and accessories from designer brands Stella McCartney and Heidi Klum as well as other lingerie labels – all with up to 80% off.
Created by Mulberry founder and English designer Roger Saul, Kilver Court Designer Village is a unique designer retail outlet in the heart of Somerset. Situated within a regenerated textile mill, Kilver Court features an eclectic, fresh and constantly updated edit of the best in fashion, interiors and lifestyle and is the ideal place for a fashion fix, chic home interiors or simply somewhere to relax.
Kilver Court is home to over 40 designer brands which offer up to 60% off RRP all year round. There are stand-alone outlets for Rapha, Toast and L.K. Bennett as well as a designer Emporium and Arcade featuring brands such as M.i.h Jeans, Joseph, Chinti & Parker, Bamford, Winser London and Pringle. There is also a Great House shop offering a treasure trove of decorative items, home accessories, gifts and furniture, alongside the Sharpham Park farm shop selling locally sourced, artisanal food and drink products.
Behind the old mill complex is a stunning 3.5 acre garden, as seen on BBC Gardeners’ World. Highlights include a reproduction of George Whitelegg’s Chelsea Flower Show Gold Medal winning rockery, parterre, organic vegetable garden, herbaceous borders and mill pond, all set against the impressive backdrop of the Charlton viaduct.
There is also a garden nursery featuring an eclectic mix of the very best plants from specialist plant suppliers and growers, as well as the eccentric and excellent in garden tools, furniture, gifts and collectables. After a wander in the gardens, visitors can catch up with friends in our café or restaurant, choosing from light bites and homemade cakes in our Harlequin Café, to lunch in the Sharpham Pantry restaurant.
Open Seven days a week 9.30am – 5.30pm (Monday – Saturday) and 10am – 5pm (Sunday and Bank Holidays).