Addersey End House
A delightful garden that is a mix of very mature trees, shrubs and a range of newly planted areas.
23 June 2019
- Entrance fee:
- £4.00 per adult, children under 12 go free
- 1.30 pm - 5.00 pm
- Garden owner:
- Mr and Mrs Richard Myrtle
For all enquiries, please get in touch with Sam Snelus by email at SSnelus@redcross.org.uk or by phone 01908 578323
This delightful garden is a mix of some very mature trees and shrubs with a range of newly planted areas.
There are iceberg roses, climbing hydrangeas and flower beds around the pretty and sympathetically extended house.
Crossing the bridge towards the house, you’ll discover acers (Japanese maples), willows, winter flowering honeysuckle, a weeping pear, a tulip tree and an Indian bean tree.
There are also firs, larch, laurel, viburnum, redwood, and both a young Judas and young Wedding Cake Tree.
You will find a small orchard at the back and mahonia, a smokebush and wild roses to the side of the house, along with a newly planted bank with periwinkle.
Towards the bottom of the garden there is a quince tree, dogwood, buddleia, photinia and amelanchier.
The garden has stretches of sloping lawns to the front and side. It also borders a stream which runs the length of the garden with a newly planted area.
There is limited wheelchair access.
Refreshments will be available on the terrace at the front of the house.
Addersey End House
From Newport Pagnell/Bedford, take the B526 and drive through Stoke Goldington. After about a mile the road starts to go downhill, turn right into Addersey Farm. Continue up the drive, turn right at the top and follow the track down for about 500 metres, where you will find parking.
From Northampton, follow the B526 towards Stoke Goldington and after passing the turning to Salcey Forest continue for about 700 metres and the road starts to go downhill, turn left into Addersey Farm. Continue as above.
- Teas and refreshments
- Plant stall
- Car parking
- Limited wheelchair access