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Deene Park

Brudenell family home since 1514

Deene Park is very much a home, open for house and garden visits during public Open Days. The personal touches, mementos and family collections make this one of the most comfortable and charming Country Houses to visit. 

The Brudenells have lived here since the 16th century when they built one of the grandest houses in the county. It's great hall still lies at the heart of the present building. In the early 19th century the then Lord Cardigan created a stunning suite of regency rooms on the south front. Relics of his descendant, Cardigan of the Crimean war, abound here.

The garden reflects the personality of its owners, as a staunch advocate of the humble "cup of tea" the garden topiary has been shaped into teapots, and a teapot also sits in pride of place atop the millennium obelisk. The gardens include a formal Parterre, White Garden, Rose Garden, Golden Garden, Victorian Summer House and numerous woodland areas.

Contact & Opening Times

Deene Park, Deene, Corby, Northamptonshire, NN17 3EG|
[email protected]|


(Gardens 12-5pm, House 2pm-5pm)

Sundays & Bank Holiday Mondays 

May 17th until August 30th

(closed Sunday 8th August)


Every Wednesday in September


All visitors are required to wear a face covering whilst using any indoor facilities and must socially distance from staff and other visitors.

Dates and times are subject to government Covid-19 restrictions.

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Visitor Information & Facilities

  • Free parking
  • Garden
  • Gift shop
  • Tea & cake
  • Tea & coffee
  • The whole family
  • Young children
  • Group tours
  • Coach parking
  • Wheelchair access

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