The Dutch Garden is a favourite amongst visitors, with beautiful symmetry and a striking water feature. It is a very tranquil setting, at its best when the agapanthus flower in midsummer.
You’ll also notice the gothic tower at the centre of the maze of 1,000 yew trees, which provides endless entertainment for guests of all ages. Climb to the top for a panoramic view of the gardens, and a surprise journey elsewhere, which we’ll keep secret so you can discover it for yourself!
The Sunken Garden can be reached by wandering down a path of cascading stepping stones. It features huge lily pads, lush greenery and a stunning waterfall, which you can walk behind! It is well worth taking the time to explore this area of the gardens, which also attracts plentiful wildlife.