The hidden gem in The Grange Hampshire’s crown
Lake House Garden, the newest addition to The Grange Hampshire, is a private garden created by the 7th Lord Ashburton around the Lower Lake within the park. At its core is a 3-acre walled garden divided into a number of spaces (originally a kitchen garden for The Grange) which contains a variety of herbaceous borders, shrubberies, orchards and hedges. The garden extends in a series of woodland glades and walks around the banks of the lake which also feature a flint bridge and a waterfall.
On the site of the former tennis court within the garden, there is ample space for a marquee with a seating capacity for up to 250 guests.
Take a walk round the garden to find out more