Danesfield House - Open Garden for NGS
The gardens at Danesfield were completed in 1901 by Robert Hudson, the Sunlight Soap magnate who built the house. Since the house opened as a hotel in 1991, the gardens have been admired by several thousand guests each yr. However, in 2009 it was discovered that the gardens contained outstanding examples of pulhamite in both the formal gardens and the waterfall areas. The 100 yr old topiary is also outstanding. Part of the grounds incl an Iron Age fort.
Wed 4 Aug (10-4). Admission £4.50, Children free. Pre-booking essential for lunch & afternoon tea. Times:10:00 to 16:00. Open for charity.
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Danesfield House, Marlow, Buckinghamshire SL7 2EY
Wed 4 Aug 2021