An eighteenth century park, famous for its follies. Hawkstone Park was neglected for a century and then restored, in 1991, by the owners of the hotel which was built to accommodate the flood of visitors in the early nineteenth century. It was made by Sir Roland Hill and his son in dramatic countryside with hills, woods and rocks. The variety of paths, clefts, tunnels, passages and follies is incredible. The Park was used to represent C. S. Lewis' Narnia in the BBC adaptation.