We will be opening our gardens on the Whitsun May Bank Holiday for our annual Open Garden Event in association with the National Garden Scheme.
The wonderful arboretum planted by Lord Clive of India’s son, Edward is open to explore with cascades of rhododendrons and azaleas amongst specimen trees and pools.
We offer fine views of Sir William Chambers’ Clock Towers, with lake and hills beyond. Walled kitchen garden; dovecote; meat safe; ice house and mile-long lakes. Look for the Russian wooden church tucked up in the arboretum, a grotto and fountain now complete and working as well as the characterful tin chapel. There are relaxed borders and rare shrubs and you can wander down the lakeside for an alternative view of the Hall.
The freestanding turquoise Ballroom will also be open where we will be serving teas and light lunches.
The estate will be open for visitors from 1.30pm – 5.30pm on Sunday 28th and Monday 29th May 2017.
Admission £4.00 / Children are free