The Old Rectory - Brinkley

This garden was started in 1973, when it was just a few large trees and snowdrops.

Purple Petunias.

01 January 0001


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We hope this garden will re-open in the future. Please keep checking this page for more details.

This lovely two-acre garden was started in 1973 by the current owners, when it was just a few large trees and snowdrops.

Interesting trees planted since include a liriodendron (tulip tree) planted in 1975.

A plantswoman’s garden, beautifully and cleverly planted, it features mixed herbaceous borders with roses, interesting perennials, some unusual Salvias and pockets of annuals grown from seed. It also includes a traditional potager, with box hedges, a wide variety of vegetables, a wildlife pond, a small orchard and a woodland area.

Great Dixter has been a great inspiration and influence.

Partially wheelchair accessible. Parking available in the paddock next door or on the road outside.

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Hall Lane


Hall Lane is a turning off Brinkley High Street. The Old Rectory is at the end of Hall Lane on the right.


  • dogs on leads
  • limited wheelchair access
  • refreshments