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Hidden behind the impressive exterior of Morville Hall are series of six beautiful gardens, each linked to each other but retaining it's own character.

Stroll round and lose yourself in this magical place...

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The gardens are also open through the National Garden Scheme.

* The gardens are on a single level and wheelchair access to most areas is good, weather conditions permitting. Contact us for further detail if required.

The Dower House
One and a half acre sequence of gardens which tells the story of Morville Hall from medieval times until the present day, including turf maze, cloister garden, Elizabethan knot garden, eighteenth-century canal garden, Victorian rose border, Edwardian fruit and vegetable garden and wild garden.

This garden is the setting of Katherine Swift’s two bestselling books ‘The Morville Hours’ and ‘The Morville Year’. She is currently working on a third book about the garden, due out next year. It includes a turf maze, cloister garden, Elizabethan knot garden, Edwardian fruit and vegetable garden, eighteenth century canal garden and wild garden.

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