DEENE Park will be open to visitors on Easter Sunday and Monday
This largely 16th century house incorporates a medieval manor with important later additions, Deene has many fine collections of historical significance and is a delight for those interested in art, architecture, furniture or porcelain. The garden has a selection of fine trees and shrubs including scented viburnums and cherry blossom plus a variety of spring flora such as forget-me-nots and other spring favourites along with other points of interest such as the parterre by David Hicks with topiary teapots and the abundance of wildlife including red kites.
Set in peaceful and picturesque countryside, there are lakeside and garden walks to enjoy, a variety of cakes and hot-cross buns for sale in the Old Kitchen and a gift shop in the courtyard.
Deene Park can be found off A43 between Stamford and Corby.
Opening times are 2pm to 5pm with last admission at 4pm.
Tickets for the house and gardens are £8 for adults and £4 for children aged 10 to 14 years; garden only tickets are £5.50 for adults and £2.50 for children.
For more information please visit www.deenepark.com or call 01780 450278.