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Summer afternoon

We visited Easton Walled Gardens last week and what a great find!! It was so well laid out both the... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
Joe H
a day out at easton walled gardens

It is so lovely to walk round the gardens, it's so peaceful there no-one bothers you, theres a gift... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
Wendy F
Grantham, United Kingdom
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A beautiful garden that has been revived since 2001. The large stately home was demolished in 1951 and the site abandoned. Now visitors can see the grounds that President Franklin Roosevelt described as 'a dream of Nirvana, almost too good to be...more
Easton, Grantham NG33 5AP, England
+44 1476 530063
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Reviewed 5 days ago

We visited Easton Walled Gardens last week and what a great find!! It was so well laid out both the formal gardens (Kitchen) and the wild meadows Loverley walk ways and sitting areas.Well worth a visit.

Thank Joe H
Reviewed 5 days ago

It is so lovely to walk round the gardens, it's so peaceful there no-one bothers you, theres a gift shop and a café there a very good day out.

Thank Wendy F
Reviewed 6 days ago

Went here for a family day out taking a relative who was visiting from Australia.We Hired The Meadow Retreat for the day which is a little summer house on stilts it is gorgeous and overlooks the Meadow,we were able to leave all our belongings and...More

Thank wendy d
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Visited here on what was the hottest day of the year. The owners have done a fabulous job, the terraced area is lovely and the bridge over the river is stunning. The sweet peas were stunning. Can't wait for a return visit.

Thank Claire C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Visited during the Sweet Pea Festival and whilst there were some stunning blooms it was somewhat underwhelming. Had expected a heady aroma from this collection of sweet peas but even those described as heavily scented were not. Maybe related to very hot weather?? Small tea...More

Thank Anna C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This gives you everything you want for a day out, great gardens, formal but in a wild way. The family here are trying to turn this site into a great attraction, lots of activities being organised including evening dog walks shame we do not live...More

Thank waggers100
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This reclaimed 400 year old garden was abandoned when the house was demolished in 1951. Meadows, sweet peas,roses, vegetables, cut flowers and drifts of bulbs are in a stunning parkland setting. Plenty of events during the year with sweet pea week in July after all...More

Thank 930barriew
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Just reviewed The Lofts accommodation but it looks like it’s been misfiled under Easton forgotten gardens instead of Easton gardens at Grantham. We’ve stayed in the Lodge several times but this time opted for one of the Lofts recently converted. And it was fabulous. Enormous...More

Thank Susan D
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We visited on an early Sunday afternoon - not that busy and plenty of grass parking . At the entrance there is a shop with nice quality goods. The gardens are actually quite large and go as far as the A1. It is well worth...More

Thank Andrew B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

So good that this placed has been saved. A wonderful walk around a natural garden. Lovely cottage gardens and beautiful countryside. Tea room good, soup and artisan bread very enjoyable. Only downfall were the shop bought scones, pity they weren’t home made. Will definitely return.

Thank berryberrynice
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Response from WRBowman | Reviewed this property |
It is a very small operation run by the family that own it. Must be a personal choice.
April 23, 2016|
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Response from Susan D | Reviewed this property |
I gave wrong info about dogs being welcome. No dogs allowed I'm afraid but the rest was true. If you're staying in the lodge then you can have your dogs with you but you can't go into the garden with the dogs on the days... More