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Deene Park is a largely 16th century house which has been occupied by the Brudenell family since 1514. It was the seat of the Earls of Cardigan including the 7th Earl who led the Charge of the Light Brigade in 1854. The gardens include long borders...more
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Deene Park is the home of the Brudenell family. Check for opening times as the family still live there and the house is not open all year. The building is magnificent, particularly as you arrive and look across to it from the car parking area....More
We visited the gardens on 4th September after travelling some distance & to be honest were disappointed by the lack of colour. We are aware of the drought bearing in mind we also open our gardens through the National Garden Scheme but feel it wrong...More
Lots of separate areas of planting’s, unfortunately, I believe they have been hit by the drought conditions this summer, and looked rather tired.
There are several rooms to wander around, we had a talk by a New Zealand guide in the first room, which was...More
Visited today with the family, lovely centre pieces in each garden, as the summer was early this year many of the flowers had faded and there did not appear to be any autumn or late flowers about. The lake was in need of a clean...More
Massive house still lived in by the owners, when the house is open about ten rooms can be seen (we just did the gardens). Because of the recent drought the gardens were not at there best due to lack of water. However they were interesting...More
Some beautiful plantings and areas of the garden are laid out in “rooms” which always pleases.
Some nice lake walks and also woodland walks - you can clock up 4 miles or so easily.
Well worth a visit especially if you are in the HHA
We visited as two couples on a Friday afternoon . Lovely setting, and friendly staff in the ticket office/ shop. We had a slow walk around the perfect gardens, so many lovely smelling roses, country garden flowers and settings. The house was not open but...More
Thank you for this. We will ensure we highlight the disabled access information on our site. We have some blue badge parking available on a first come first served basis. Access to the gardens is relatively flat but... More
Thank you for this. We will ensure we highlight the disabled access information on our site. We have some blue badge parking available on a first come first served basis. Access to the gardens is relatively flat but uneven. The ground level of the house is accessible but we do not have any lifts or disabled access to the other floors I am afraid. If you have any further questions please do call and we will help as far as we are able.