After experiencing the Water Garden with its ornate bridges and islands replete with a rich and colourful plant variety, wander through the elegant surroundings of the formal Round Garden featuring a Box-wood Parterre as its centrepiece.
The Walled Garden is well worth a visit. In what was formerly the castle’s vegetable garden, is now a diverse range of plants and flowers that complement the attractive features including a water lily pond, Garden Museum, Larch Pergola and a Glass House. A considerable amount of replanting and landscaping has taken place over the last thirty years to restore the gardens to their former glory and to provide a horticultural marvel for future generations to savour.
Dogs are welcome in the gardens and woodland walks but must be kept on a lead at all times.