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Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire

Gardens that you have missed:


Hall Farm Gardens:
The three acre garden encompasses formal and informal areas, including a parterre, a sunken garden, a courtyard with a rill, a walled Mediterranean garden, double herbaceous borders for late summer, lawns, a pond, a giant chess set and a flower and grass meadow.


Manor House:
This is an extensive garden, around three-and-a-half acres in size. It includes a lawn, flower beds, a water garden, trees and some rare plants, as well as a fine display of vintage cars.


The Long House:
A striking feature of The Long House is the wonderful view – over 30 miles across – to the Vale of Belvoir. The two acres consist of a cheerful cottage garden, leading into a more formal space with a knot garden, different coloured borders, and a new bamboo and fern plantation. A copse and a wildlife pond complete the picture.