Steane Park Gardens
Steane Park Garden is approached via parkland, with an abundance of classic trees and a smattering of wild flowers. The sense of history at this garden is strong with a beautiful church, built by Thomas Crewe in 1620 adjacent to the lake and ancient stew ponds.
The attractive formal gardens, governed by a stunning copper beech and a classic cedar of Lebanon, lead to a more relaxed wooded area next to the lake, with wandering paths, wild flowers and an amusing folly. The end result is a garden with an atmosphere of rural peace and calm
Steane Park Gardens - Open 2018 - Groups by appointment and open days - see website for details
To make the most of your visit, please bring appropriate footwear for all weathers!
- Street: Steane Park
- Postcode: NN13 6DP
- City: Brackley
- County: Northamptonshire
- Country: United Kingdom
- Telephone: 01280 705899
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