Elton Hall Gardens

Elton Hall Gardens
Elton Hall Gardens
Elton Hall Gardens

For centuries, Elton Hall has sat in extensive parkland leading down to the river Nene. The gardens have expanded from moated grounds to formal parterres which were extended in the early 19th century to include picturesque views of the park and surrounding woodland. The current layout reflects a combination of modern planting and an Edwardian design.

Immaculately kept hornbeam and yew hedges encompass four gardens set amongst lawns and gravelled paths. Of note is the recently planted flower garden designed to retain interest until early Autumn. Towering clumps of Thalictrum and Veronicastrum are surrounded by a number of different Asters, Monardas, Salvias and Phlox. The Millennium Orangery contains Mediterranean plants and leads to a small, cool, enclosed area of Spring flowering shrubs. The topiary in front of the Gothic façade of the house is not to be missed and includes one of the family dog astride a huge yew drum.

Fact File

Opening Times: 2.00 pm - 5.00 pm: Last May Bank Holiday, Sunday and Monday. Wednesdays and Thursdays in June and July. Wednesdays, Thursdays and Sundays in August and August Bank Holiday Monday. Private parties by appointment May - mid-September. Opening times are subject to change; please check the website or call before visiting
Admission Rates: Please see the website.
Private Groups: Minimum group size: 20
Please contact the Events Office for further information
Facilities: Shop, plant sales, restaurant, teas, toilets
Disabled Access: Gardens only
Car Parking on site: Yes
Coach Parking: Yes
Tours: Guided tours of the Hall at regular intervals. Free-flow visits on Bank Holidays.
Length of Visit: At least 1 hour for the garden depending on the level of plant interest and 1 hour for the house
Booking Contact: Events Office, Elton Hall, Near Peterborough, Cambs PE8 6SH
Booking Telephone No: 01832 280468
Email: events@eltonhall.com
Website: www.eltonhall.com
Location: Elton Hall is located just off the A605, between Peterborough and Oundle and 3 miles from the A1

Updated: December 2019