WELCOME

Gardens in or near Priors Marston

Priors Marston is a picturesque village with buildings built in varying styles, from the Hornton stone period housed to the 17th century High House and Westfield Farmhouse. The village church of St Leonard's is well worth a visit. There are large expanses of open countryside to explore, or just an ideal spot to relax and soak up the atmosphere. Gardens in or near Priors Marston Canons Ashby and Farnborough Hall are listed below.
3 Results In Or Near Priors Marston
6.8 miles from the centre of Priors Marston
Explore the beautiful Canons Ashby Canons Ashby House, has a formal garden that was created between 1708 and 1717 by Edward Dryden. Derelict and overgrown when the house was rescued by the National Trust, the restoration work of the 1980s has now matured. The garden is divided by stonewalls and yew hedges into courts with terraces and topiary. Mixed rose and herbaceous borders; old fruit varieties including plums, pears and apples; early 18th century timber gates and seats; a fine Ced...
6.5 miles from the centre of Priors Marston
Discover the beautiful Farnborough Hall nestled in the Warwickshire Countryside Bathed by the light bouncing off the honey-coloured stone of the glamorous 18th century Farnborough Hall, the grounds at this wonderful regal stately home are a delight to explore. This is a rare example of a ferme ornee (or ornamental farm), a style much favoured by the early 18th century landscape gardeners who wanted to move from grand, formal gardens to softer, more naturalistic designs. The hall's ow...
10.6 miles from the centre of Priors Marston
In 1927, Lord and Lady Bearsted viewed Upton House with ‘the eye of imagination' and set about creating their made-to-measure country home. The house is currently set up as it would have been in the 1930s, once the Bearsted's had finished turning it from a Victorian mansion to a modern country retreat.
This website uses cookies. Click here to read our Privacy Policy.
If that’s okay with you, just keep browsing. CLOSE