Deene Park

Deene Park has been the home of the Brudenell family for 500 years since 1514 and was the seat of the 7th Earl of Cardigan who led the Charge of the Light Brigade in 1854. The largely Tudor house with important Georgian additions is surrounded by historic gardens set in beautiful parkland views. Visitors see many rooms of different periods, providing an impressive yet intimate ambience of the family home of many generations.

The gardens are the lifetime work of the late Mr. Edmund and the Hon. Marion Brudenell. They comprise a David Hicks parterre with topiary teapots, long mixed borders, ‘four seasons’ garden with a spectacular planted font and circular hornbeam hedge, stone summerhouse, lakes and wild gardens. The current owners, Robert and Charlotte Brudenell continue to welcome visitors to the family home.

During your visit you can enjoy afternoon refreshments in the Old Kitchen tea room.
A selection of garden plants and gifts are available to buy from the shop.
Sundays and bank holiday Mondays from April 21st until September 1st, also every Wednesday in September.
Gardens, giftshop and tearoom open at 12pm, House opens at 2pm with last admission at 4pm. House and gardens close promptly at 5pm.

In addition to the above, the gardens, tearoom and giftshop are also open on the following dates;
February, Sunday 17th & 24th
Monday – Thursday from May 6th until August 29th.
Gardens, giftshop and tearoom open at
Deene Park Northamptonshire NN17 3EG
Contact telephone: 01780 450278 Call to check latest times or cancellations.
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