The Gardens of Easton Lodge are an idyllic haven (Historic England, Grade II listed). They have been partially restored to their former glory by a team of dedicated volunteers and the owners of Warwick House.

The Gardens look beautiful in all seasons and showcase Harold Peto’s grand garden designs and treehouse, rebuilt in the old oak tree.
Visit us on one of our Sunday open days to see carpets of snowdrops in February, spring flowers and fruit tree blossom in our walled kitchen garden and lovely autumn colours in the Glade. There’s plenty of space for children to run around and there are children's fun and craft activities too. Play a game of croquet or sit and enjoy live music with your tea and homemade cake.
Or contact us to arrange your own group visit, with a guided tour.

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Today we talked about restoration of stonework in the Italian Garden with Angharad, Conservation Officer at Uttlesford D ...

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