This beautiful parkland spans several acres with raised lawns and many varieties of wildflowers.
17 June 2023
- Entrance fee:
- £5 for adults, children under 12 free.
- 2pm - 5pm
- Garden owners:
- Sir and Lady Quilter
For all enquiries, please get in touch with us by email: email@example.com
This beautiful parkland spans several acres and is a blaze of colour in spring with many varieties of wildflowers and old grasses.
Grove Park gardens have recently been completely re-landscaped and re-planted to the south of the house, which has also undergone a complete renovation.
The garden features raised lawns and a canal pool draws you up via grass steps set in the landscape to a pond and woodland beyond. To the rear of the house, you’ll find an enclosed courtyard with a doorway leading to a fully walled sheltered courtyard.
The park has an established belt of trees around the entire perimeter, with outstanding trees throughout, some newly planted.
There is a lake, created in 2020 in the parkland, which is filled by rainwater from the roof of the house. Aquatic plants will be added once the water levels are right, a work in progress.
To the far north-western boundary is a stunning walled garden with an old glasshouse along the far end wall. This is being relandscaped and planted - another work in progress so, regretfully, this is not currently open.
Strickland Manor Hill
From Ipswich take the A12 north. Take the left turn and continue through the village. Take a left turn onto Strickland Manor Hill and immediately left through the entrance that leads to Grove Park.
- dogs on leads
- wheelchair accessible