We have linked up with Grimsthorpe to offer a chance to visit us both in the same day. Enjoy the beautiful Grimsthorpe Castle and its treasures, followed by a delicious lunch, and then move on to Easton Walled Gardens for tea and a guided tour of the gardens with either the Owner or Head Gardener. This tour is available for groups of 20 or more throughout the summer. Please contact either venue for more information.
Visit Grimsthorpe Castle at www.grimsthorpe.co.uk
Hidden England Group
Set up by some of the great houses in this area to promote their important collections and spectacular settings to visitors who might be unaware of the terrific amount this area has to offer, this group now includes us, a chocolate house, accommodation and other things to do in this beautiful and undiscovered part of England. We can offer tailor made days out in association with any of these attractions. For more information see www.hiddenengland.org.
The county of Lincolnshire in the East of England, has many historic and landscape features of interest to the visitor, including numerous gardens.Lincolnshire gardens, is a group of like minded gardeners, who have joined together to promote what we consider to be a collection of the finest gardens and nurseries to be found in the English Midlands. Offering a wide range of garden and landscape styles, modern and historic houses, and exciting plant collections. Why not make a visit to Lincolnshire’s gardens and nurseries, from the links below you may visit the web sites of all ten visitor attractions, or if you wish to see all the gardens together you may view a pdf. version of our leaflet. Gardens included are: www.aubournhall.co.uk www.doddingtonhall.com www.fernnursery.co.uk www.thegardenhousesaxby.co.uk www.golthogardens.com www.grimsthorpe.co.uk www.hall-farm.co.uk www.unclehenrys.co.uk and our garden here.
The Easton Estate and The Cholmeley Arms
Easton Walled Gardens is part of the Easton Estate. The Cholmeley Arms is the estate pub. It can be very busy so booking is recommended. www.thecholmeleyarms.co.uk
Thirty minutes up the A1 from Easton is another hidden secret – the pocket cathedral of Southwell Minster, a medieval masterpiece just by Newark-on-Trent. A highlight of the architecture is the wonderful carved stone leaves and entwined flowers of circa 1260 in the Chapter House. Well worth visiting! www.southwellminster.org.uk