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Gardens in or near Grantham

The ancient town of Grantham is situated on the River Witham and is surrounded by agricultural land. Originally a staging post enroute to London. Dominated by the 281ft spire of St Wulfram's Church it is renowned as the birthplace of Margaret Thatcher. Good rail connections through to London and a major transport hub for the region. Gardens in or near Grantham Belton House and Belvoir Castle Gardens are listed below.
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2 miles from centre of Grantham
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Sitting elegantly in formal gardens with views across pleasure grounds and an ancient deer-park, Belton is often cited as being the perfect example of an English country-house. Although built on a modest scale, it has a fine collection of porcelain and silver, a world-renowned library and architectural finesse that reflects the continued wealth and cultured tastes of its former owners.
5.8 miles from centre of Grantham
Dog/Pet friendly
Parking Available
Disabled Access
Discover Belvoir Castle and Castle The gardens have undergone several changes over the centuries, the latest being a two year programme that saw the Duchess and team bring the lost plants of Capability Brown to fruition. There are many new walks, for both able and less able visitors, through formal gardens on the castle terrace and into the woodland through the Japanese, Duchess's and Hermits gardens. A circuitous three-mile walk along the Duke's walk, takes in all the gardens and views...
11.6 miles from centre of Grantham
Parking Available
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Explore Grimsthorpe Castle Grimsthorpe Castle is a formal Grade I listed historic flower and topiary garden. Leading imperceptibly into the woodland garden, providing a fine setting for the ornamental vegetable garden and orchard, with lots of quiet corners and tranquil walkways. Originally created in the 1960s by the Countess of Ancaster and John Fowler. Intricate parterres marked with box hedges lie close to the Castle, a dramatic herbaceous border frames views across the lake.
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