The Lovell Quinta Arboretum
This 28 acre arboretum at The Quinta was created by Sir Bernard Lovell. It is now owned by the Tatton Garden Society.
The planting over the years at The Quinta Arboretum has established the layout of the site which is divided into avenues and definite areas. The avenues and areas are named and many of them commemorate various events in the life of the Lovells.
There are grand avenues which take you among trees and shrubs, as well as wild flower meadows and a nature reserve.
The arboretum is in a delightful setting with views across the River Dane.
The Quinta is worth visiting any time of year.
2018 - The Quinta - Open daily dawn to dusk except Christmas Day. Enter via the Swettenham Arms picnic area. If using SatNav to find the arboretum, visitors should follow directions to Swettenham Lane as the postcode takes you to the other side of the river Dane!
- Street: Swettenham Village
- Postcode: CW12 2LD
- City: Congleton
- County: Cheshire
- Country: United Kingdom
- Telephone: 01477 537698
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