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Easton Walled Gardens

Easton, Grantham NG33 5AP, England
+44 1476 530063
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Beautiful restful gardens

Visited Easton Walled Gardens with my Sister and Brother-in-law. A first time visit for us all... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Jan W
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Quite expensive for what you get.

The gardens are lovely, but nothing I would rave on about for hours. There's a café, but you have... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Cornelia P
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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 true.' Work is still ongoing and the restoration and features of this 400 year garden makes a fascinating trip. We have a good tearoom and are very easy to find off the A1.
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  • Very good31%
  • Average10%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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Easton, Grantham NG33 5AP, England
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+44 1476 530063
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Visited Easton Walled Gardens with my Sister and Brother-in-law. A first time visit for us all. The gardens are very well defined, with vegetable garden, terraces, long borders, rose gardens and orchards. All very well kept, the gardeners were cutting the wild flower terraces when...More

Thank Jan W
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The gardens are lovely, but nothing I would rave on about for hours. There's a café, but you have to pay before you can go into the café. It was £7.50 entrance fee (per adult), and I just didn't feel like it was worth the...More

Thank Cornelia P
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Called in here only because I spotted their roadside sign southbound on the A1 and needed lunch somewhere that wasn't a service station. The 12 acrees ste what's left of the Easton estsye -the big house was demolished in 1950, and the gardens turned to...More

Thank Giapetto
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

It's a year since we last visited so we thought that go again as there is something different each time according to the seasons. Such an easy-going saunter around the grounds in a peaceful spot despite the A1 being not far away. The original hall...More

Thank MikeH007
Reviewed 4 September 2017

Easton Walled Gardens situated just off the A! at Grantham, Lincolnshire. Original site of Easton Hall owned by 14 generations since 1651 by the Cholmeley family. The impressive original house was demolished 1951 after severe damage caused during WW2 by the Royal Artillery and the...More

Thank pbtravel589
Reviewed 29 August 2017

We were visiting with our Daughter and Son in Law as we were staying with them over the Bank Holiday. We had a wonderful visit and appreciated how much work is being put in to restore these lovely old gardens. The tea room and shop...More

Thank Vanda M
Reviewed 28 August 2017

We arrived on a Bank Holiday Monday and it was fairly quiet with regards to visitors. We last visited a few years ago so were able to see the progress that has been made and were impressed by this. It maybe is a bit pricey...More

Thank Audrey P
Reviewed 25 August 2017

This is an absolute must for anyone visiting this part of Licolnshire. The gardens are beautifully laid out and well-planted, obviously with a lot of love and care. Everywhere is very well presented, and we were made to feel welcome by the very friendly lady...More

Thank Gillian K
Reviewed 23 August 2017

What beautiful gardens! We visited on a Friday and had prebooked our tickets on the internet, going for the option which included a piece of cake and coffee/tea. Excellent value with a generous slice of lovely cake. The gardens are obviously loved by the owners...More

Thank jenniej29
Reviewed 22 August 2017

We had a great afternoon exploring the gardens during sweet pea week. Very relaxed afternoon with leisurely strolls and plenty to see and discuss over a welcome cup of tea.

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PeachF
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Response from Polly I | Reviewed this property |
I don't know. Email and ask them! Very friendly and I'm sure would get back to you.
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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
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