Ashe Park, Suffolk; a soaring summer visit
This stunning Suffolk garden takes on a magic all its own as aerial videographer, Meneldor Pictures, takes us on a birds eye visit across the house and garden with its blooming borders, secret gardens and tranquil canals.
Enjoy a soaring summer visit to this exceptional garden and don’t forget to mark it as a favourite for visiting – more details here
A closer look
In the 350 years of this 12 acre garden’s existence it has gone through many changes. Gertrude Jekyll said of it in 1905 that it was interesting but it had no coherence of design. Since then the main house has been destroyed and the gardens have been re-aligned, however the bones of the gardens have been retained including calm canals, massive cedar trees and yew hedges, walled garden, rock and rose gardens. To these we have added parterre and sunken gardens in the cellars of the original house.
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