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Castle Ashby Gardens

Ancestral home of 7th Marquess of Northampton

Castle Ashby is the ancestral home of the 7th Marquess of Northampton. Wander through its gardens, open 365 days of the year, and you are taking a walk through history. Set in the heart of a 10,000-acre estate, the 35 acres of extensive gardens are a combination of several styles including the romantic Italian Gardens, the unique Orangery and impressive Arboretum. The full Castle Ashby experience also involves a menagerie, children's play area, plant centre, tea room and gift shop.

Within the gardens is our magnificent 4 acre walled garden where we hold public and private events such as outdoor cinemas, food and drink festivals, music concerts and marquee weddings.

Top off your morning or afternoon with a visit to the incredibly well stocked Castle Ashby Deli.

 

 

Contact & Opening Times

NN7 1LQ


http://www.castleashbygardens.co.uk/|
[email protected]|
01604 696696

Tel: 01604 695200 (office answer machine).

Email: [email protected]

Tea room bookings: 01604 696110 (open 10am to 4pm).

Tea room email: [email protected]

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Visitor Information & Facilities

  • Wheelchair access

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