Surrounded by 164 acres of breathtaking parkland, this mystical site has an intriguing history stretching back to medieval times. The gardens, laid out in the 17th century by Philip Packer, a friend of Sir Christopher Wren and the famous diarist and horticulturist John Evelyn, have been described as a most remarkable and a very special survival.
- The stunning period setting for Peter Greenaway's acclaimed film 'The Draughtman's Contract'
- Film location for "Pride and Prejudice"
- Medieval moat and stunning 17th century walled gardens.
- 17th century formal gardens with ancient topiary and fountain displays.
- The Enchanted Forest and designer water gardens.
- Canal boat rides.
- One of England's largest Bird of Prey Sanctuaries.
Pride and Prejudice was filmed here as well