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Facilities

Toilets, refreshments, disabled access and dog friendly.

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Winter photos

A Winter Wonderland at Little Ponton Hall Garderns.  If you have any photos you'd like us to publish here, please email them to wendy@linkmagazines.co.uk.

View photo gallery of the gardens in the snow

 

As featured in Britain's What's On Events Guide

Welcome to Little Ponton Hall Gardens

Little Ponton Hall and its gardens nestle in the curve of the River Witham as it wends its way through the rolling countryside of South Lincolnshire towards Lincoln.

The 18th century house, home to Mr and Mrs George McCorquodale, is surrounded by spacious lawns dominated by a 200 year old cedar tree. In the walled vegetable garden are the Victorian greenhouses, full of exotic plants, and a listed dovecote. The most recent project is the development of a herb garden.

Adjoining the garden is the tiny village church dedicated to St. Guthlac.

In the early spring, swathes of snowdrops clothe the river banks, and aconites form a golden carpet around the Church walk.

This is a magical, secret garden, rarely opened to the public.

Opening dates for 2017

Snowdrop Weekend: Saturday 11th & Sunday 12th Feb, 11.30am - 3.30pm
In aid of the Lincolnshire Down's Syndrome Support Group.

Sunday 25th June for the roses and clematis.  Gardens open 2-5pm in aid of the Lincolnshire Down's Syndrome Support Group and Little Ponton Church.  Cream teas, cakes and plants for sale.

Open dates 2017


Snowdrop Weekend
Saturday 11th & Sunday 12th February
11.30am-3.30pm

Sunday 25th June for the roses and clematis. Open 2-5pm.

Admission

Adults £5; Children free

Coach parties welcome on our open days - for more details please contact us

Free car parking

Location

Little Ponton Hall lies approximately 2 miles south east of Grantham, about ½ mile east of the A1.

Postcode: NG33 5BS

Map and driving direction