Howbury Hall

A stunning Grade II Listed mansion with a 10-acre traditional garden.

Purple Flower

14 July 2019

Bedfordshire

Entrance fee:
£5.00 per adult, children under 12 go free
Time:
1.30 pm - 5.00 pm
Garden Owner:
Mr J Polhill and Ms L Copeman

For all enquiries, please get in touch with Charmaine Norrish by email at CNorrish@redcross.org.uk or by phone 01582 589083

Howbury Hall is a beautiful Grade II Listed mansion.

It was rebuilt in 1849 following a fire and sits in a park of about 100 acres with a 10-acre traditional garden at the centre of a busy farm.

The estate has woodland gardens, along with vegetable and flower gardens.

It also has a walled garden, greenhouses and a small commercial cut flower nursery, as well as a new heritage fruit tree orchard and beehives.

Refreshments will be available on the terrace.

Address:
St Neots Road
Renhold
Bedfordshire
MK41 0JB

Directions:
From Bedford, take the A4280 (Goldington Road) towards Cambridge. Continue straight ahead at the roundabout with the Go Outdoors superstore. After half a mile, turn left into Howbury Hall.

Facilities:

  • Teas and refreshments
  • Plant stall
  • Car parking
  • Limited wheelchair access
  • Dogs on leads