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 are open again, with social distancing arrangements in place. In addition to our monthly open days, we are now open on Thursdays to walkers and cyclists.
Our final open day of the season is on Sunday 11 October. Entry is by pre-booked tickets, available through Eventbrite. Entry without pre-booked tickets is possible after 2.00pm, subject to available parking space. There are no ticket restrictions on season ticket holders, Friends and visitors arriving on foot or by bicycle.
The Gardens look beautiful in all seasons, & showcase Harold Peto's grand garden designs and treehouse, now rebuilt in the old oak tree. Peto's Italian garden is always colourful, while the walled kitchen garden is well stocked with fruit and vegetables, and seasonal produce is available for sale. We have ten national or regional champion trees and in the Glade the trees enclose the stumpery, Japanese style rill and Japanese garden.
There’s plenty of space for children to run around and there is catering from Daisy's kiosk: locally sourced bacon, or cheese or hummus rolls, hot and cold drinks and homemade cake.