The Garden Guide

Thorpe Hall Garden

A 1665 house with a Victorian garden. The garden was neglected after 1920 and restored after 1989. It has old walls, urns and gates but the planting is post-1990. The garden in front of the Hall is enclosed by a high stone wall supporting large stone urns.

Head Gardener's Comment

The formal gardens at 17th century Thorpe Hall, date back to the Victorian era and are listed in their own right. They were restored in the 1980s and are now open to the public all year round, free of charge. The remainder of the grounds have public access too and are ideal for walks and picnics. There is a Coffee Shop on site and free parking. Thorpe Hall is used as a hospice by the Sue Ryder charity.

Photograph © Thorpe Hall
Photograph © Thorpe Hall
Photograph © Thorpe Hall
Photograph © Thorpe Hall

Thorpe Road, Longthorpe, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, England, PE3 6LW

All year round. For information call 01733 225900

Access to the gardens is free. Donations to Sue Ryder Thorpe Hall Hospice are welcome.

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