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Deene Park

A Tudor/Georgian house with a park, lake and twentieth century garden. There is a good collection of trees, herbaceous borders and a parterre designed by David Hicks.

Head Gardener's Comment

Whatever the season the gardens at Deene Park are a delight to behold; the parterre at the south elevation is resplendent with iris, hyacinth and tulips at this time of year and summer perennials as we move into the summer months.
As with all gardens, those at Deene Park never stop evolving and the last few years saw the renovation of the White Garden; so named because the planting is predominantly shades of white and cream, and the Golden Garden; inspired by Charlotte Brudenell's love of warm and vibrant colours. The planting includes white lilac, roses, fox gloves and iris as well as cosmos and gypsophila. Bordered by an ornamental canal the south facing gardens overlook rolling parkland. The Old Kitchen tea room provides delicious cakes, refreshments and snacks, the gift shop is the ideal stopping point for purchasing gifts or plants for your own garden.

Photograph courtesy Deene Park
Photograph courtesy Deene Park

Deene, nr Corby, Northamptonshire, England, NN17 3EG

Garden Only Open Days: May 6th until August 29th: Monday to Thursday 12pm - 4pm. Last admission 3pm. House and Garden Open Days: Sundays and bank holiday Mondays from April 21st until September 1st, also every Wednesday in September. 12pm-5pm, Gardens open at 12pm, House opens at 2pm. Last admission 4pm. For further information contact: 01780 450278 or admin@deenepark.com

Garden only: Adult £6.00 Child £3.00 House & Garden: Adult £12.00 Child £6.00, Concessions £10.00

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