The beautifully grand Admington Hall garden, set around a Grade II* listed house, is ever evolving. Ten acres of glorious space have given its owners lots to play with, with new projects always in motion.
Much like a house, the garden is divided into separate “rooms,” but despite its wide expanse, one is seamlessly guided through from one room to another. There are many idyllic spots, with benches positioned perfectly to look out over the garden and enjoy a quiet cup of tea.
Perhaps our favourite of the many areas is the courtyard garden, which faces the oldest part of the house, built in 1548, and offers a beautiful visual experience. Small lawns are defined by low box and large topiary yew. An abundant grape entwined with hysteria clambers up the large oak arbour at the drive end of the garden. The garden is also planted with a range of perennials, which are punctuated by pyramids of yew within the border.
The stunning Admington Hall is open to visitors through the NGS:
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