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Lake House Garden

Launching as an events venue in Summer 2021

A hidden gem in The Grange Hampshire’s crown

Lake House Garden 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. There is also a swimming pool, pool house and a moon gate. 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 to be erected with seated capacity for up to 250 guests.

It is also open for viewing as part of the National Garden Scheme


Julia would love to tell you more about this beautiful location, so do get in touch with her