The Garden Landscape Guide

Haddon Hall Garden

A medieval castle with the framework of a seventeenth century garden, of which there are few in England. The design, with balustraded terracaes and steps, is best understood as an English interpretation of a sixteenth century Italian garden. The rose plantings are twentieth century and good.

Bakewell, Derbyshire, England, DE45 1LA

May to September. Daily. Also open Saturday to Monday in October. Open 12 noon to 5.00pm.

Adult £8.75

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Reviews

  • about 5 years by Pete 3 / 5

    The garden itself is small but well worth visiting. Do visit when the roses are in bloom.

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