Explore the Gardens of Haddon Hall
The gardens at Haddon Hall were cleared and replanted at the beginning of the 20th century, returning them to their former glory. Yew trees were planted as well as herbaceous borders; climbing ivy was stripped from balustrades and climbing roses planted in their place. Haddon Hall is considered to have one of the most romantic gardens in Britain.
Haddon Hall's garden is one of the country's earliest examples of a garden designed in conjunction with the expansion of the hall – in Haddon's case under Sir John Manners in the late 16th and early 17th centuries.