The Garden Landscape Guide

Gunby Hall Garden

An early eighteenth century house (c1700) with walled gardens. An archway, with a clock above, leads into a courtyard with a large beech tree. One walled garden has a pergola, an apple walk and beds or roses and herbacaeous plants. Another walled garden both vegetables and flowers. There is also a fish pond and an orchard. The Gunby Hall park has avenues of lime and horse chestnut.

Gunby, Spilsby, Lincolnshire, England, PE23 5SS

Gardens and Tearoom: Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat & Sun 11am - 5pm throughout the year, closed 25th Dec - 1st Jan Hall: Wed and Sun 2pm - 5pm April till end of Oct

Gardens: £4 Adult, £2 Child Hall and Gardens: £6 Adult, £3 Child Free to National Trust Members

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Reviews

  • almost 3 years by Anonymous 5 / 5

    Gunby Hall is an absolute gem of a destination. Hidden away in the Lincolnshire Wolds it offers not only truly magnificent Gardens, but also a fantastic Tearoom. We enjoyed playing croquet and had an amazing cream tea.
    The gardens are immaculate and brimming with interesting plants and produce.
    We were lucky enough to find the impressive Hall open too. What a gorgeous house with a wonderful collection of art and furniture.
    One of the best National Trust properties we have visited in a long time. Very friendly and knowledgable staff too. Well worth a visit!

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