Gunby Hall Gardens, Lincolnshire
These gardens at Gunby Hall date from the 17th century, with planting in the 19th century by Peregrine Massingberd.
The walled gardens at Gunby Hall in Lincolnshire are the focal point with arched pergolas of fruit trees, herbaceous and cutting borders, roses and herb garden. There is also a kitchen garden with old fashioned vegetables, fruit and flowers. The lawns of the house lead to a wild garden and shrubbery. See also the large cedar of Lebanon, ghost walk pond and wild flower walk. Large collection of Spring bulbs.
National Trust 2018 Gunby Hall Garden- opening from 10 February. See website for full details. Disabled Access.
Free entry to National Trust Members - see our special offer at side of page.
- Street: Gunby Hall
- Postcode: PE23 5SS
- City: Gunby
- County: Lincolnshire
- Country: United Kingdom
- Telephone: 01909 486411
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