Gunthorpe Hall

Large garden in a country setting with extensive views across the Rutland landscape with the carpets of daffodils being the outstanding feature. A great deal of recent re-design has transformed this garden with more recent works being undertaken on the kitchen garden and around the (former) stable yard.

Sunday 25 March (2 - 5pm). Admission £4.00, children free. Home-made teas.

Refreshments in aid of Village projects.

Tim Haywood

How to find us

Gunthorpe Hall, Gunthorpe, Oakham, Leicestershire, LE15 8BE

A6003 between Oakham & Uppingham; 1m from Oakham, up drive between lodges. Proceed over railway bridge to gardens, 600 yards ahead. Please follow the signs for parking.

More about Gunthorpe Hall

Five distinct areas - park-like lawn with mulberry, cherry and lime trees and summer border; new lawn to ha-ha with southerly panorama and new tulip border; croquet lawn with old herbaceous and new late-summer borders; expanded kitchen garden and long border; old orchard planted with extensive drifts of daffodils, but also new trees and seeded for 'meadow' appearance in May. New works are being undertaken within and around the dwellings that comprise the former Stable Yard.