This historical listed building boasts extensive ornamental gardens.
30 June 2019
- Entrance fee:
- £5.00 per adult, children under 12 go free
- 2.00 pm - 5.00 pm
- Garden owner:
- Mr and Mrs Charles Whitbread
For all enquiries, please get in touch with Charmaine Norrish by email at CNorrish@redcross.org.uk or by phone 01582 589083
Southill Park is a historical listed building in the Palladian style, which was rebuilt and then remodelled in the 18th century.
Sited on a high point within its grounds, the house is surrounded by a landscape park designed by Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown in 1777.
It includes extensive ornamental gardens, with mature trees and flowering shrubs, herbaceous borders, a formal rose garden, sunken garden, ponds and a kitchen garden.
A large conservatory houses the tropical collection.
Parking is available.
From the Biggleswade Sainsbury’s roundabout on the A1 turn off the A1 onto B658 towards Old Warden/Shefford. After approximately one mile, at a small roundabout turn left onto B658 towards Shefford. After approximately 1.5 miles turn right towards Southill. Go right through the Village. Then 50 yards beyond the White Horse Pub on the corner, turn right into sandstone park gates and then continue straight.
Once in Southill Village ignore satnav instructions.
- Teas and refreshments
- Plant stalls
- Car parking
- Limited wheelchair access
- Dogs on leads