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Wedding season in full swing! 

We have welcomed some truly lovely couples and their friends and families recently and each of them choose to decorate our wedding barn in their own special way.

It’s always a pleasure to get to know our couples and work with them to achieve a day they will never forget and with a backdrop like ours it doesn’t take much to create a stunning and unique space for such a special day. ​Find out more about weddings at Sulgrave Manor here

We have welcomed some truly lovely couples and their friends and families recently and each of them choose to decorate our wedding barn in their own special way.

It’s always a pleasure to get to know our couples and work with them to achieve a day they will never forget and with a backdrop like ours it doesn’t take much to create a stunning and unique space for such a special day. ​Find out more about weddings at Sulgrave Manor here


Fun on Sunday

This Sunday 8th July we are celebrating Independence Day with lots of fun family-friendly activities! Use our trail to find famous figures relating to this historic event in the garden, grab some glitter and create a piece of firework-themed art or make your very own liberty hat, plus lots more! Normal admission prices apply and the special activities mentioned will be charged at £1 per child. We’re open from 11am so come and join in the fun!

This Sunday 8th July we are celebrating Independence Day with lots of fun family-friendly activities! Use our trail to find famous figures relating to this historic event in the garden, grab some glitter and create a piece of firework-themed art or make your very own liberty hat, plus lots more! Normal admission prices apply and the special activities mentioned will be charged at £1 per child. We’re open from 11am so come and join in the fun!


Calling all explorers!

Our brand new Explorer Backpacks are now available to borrow from the shop! Whether you’re an explorer, artist or adventurer there’s a range of activities you can enjoy as a family. Why not help out the garden team by designing a new parterre, or use your senses to explore the sights, colours and smells of the beautiful gardens around Sulgrave Manor? We’d love to know what you think of the Backpack, so don’t forget to fill in the quick survey when you return it to the shop.

A big thank you to the fantastic Sandford Cascade, as without their bursary to help us work towards our ‘Sandford Award for Informal Learning’ the backpacks wouldn’t have been possible!

Our brand new Explorer Backpacks are now available to borrow from the shop! Whether you’re an explorer, artist or adventurer there’s a range of activities you can enjoy as a family. Why not help out the garden team by designing a new parterre, or use your senses to explore the sights, colours and smells of the beautiful gardens around Sulgrave Manor? We’d love to know what you think of the Backpack, so don’t forget to fill in the quick survey when you return it to the shop.

A big thank you to the fantastic Sandford Cascade, as without their bursary to help us work towards our ‘Sandford Award for Informal Learning’ the backpacks wouldn’t have been possible!


Independence Day celebrations at Sulgrave Manor

We’re celebrating our unique connection to the USA with Independence Day activities on Sunday July 8th! Join us for a relaxed day of make-and take-crafts, an Independence Trail, American-style food and free garden games.

The hands-on make-and-take activities include creating firework paintings, making liberty hats and clothes peg pinwheels and using a quill and ink to have a go at writing your signature just as John Hancock did when signing the Declaration of Independence. The specially themed trail will get families to seek out hidden American Independence figures in the garden. Visiting information can be found here

We’re celebrating our unique connection to the USA with Independence Day activities on Sunday July 8th! Join us for a relaxed day of make-and take-crafts, an Independence Trail, American-style food and free garden games.

The hands-on make-and-take activities include creating firework paintings, making liberty hats and clothes peg pinwheels and using a quill and ink to have a go at writing your signature just as John Hancock did when signing the Declaration of Independence. The specially themed trail will get families to seek out hidden American Independence figures in the garden. Visiting information can be found here


Our amazing volunteers!

Our volunteers have helped us hugely since we opened at the beginning of the season. Here is a picture of Margaret and Julie who dressed up at our Tudor Fair. We are always on the look out for more people to get involved as volunteers so if you fancy it, do get in touch. Costume is optional! We really love the experience and passion our volunteers bring and wouldn’t be without them. Email sally@sulgravemanor.org.uk for more information.

Our volunteers have helped us hugely since we opened at the beginning of the season. Here is a picture of Margaret and Julie who dressed up at our Tudor Fair. We are always on the look out for more people to get involved as volunteers so if you fancy it, do get in touch. Costume is optional! We really love the experience and passion our volunteers bring and wouldn’t be without them. Email sally@sulgravemanor.org.uk for more information.


Opening times and event pricing

Our Midsummer Tudor Fair is taking place this Sunday June 3rd and as this is a special event, there will be different admission prices to our usual standard entry fee. Find out more here. On this day we will be unable to offer free entry to HHA members but a concessionary rate to our season ticket holders will apply.

We are also closed on Sunday 17th June due to a private event. Please email us via enquiries@sulgravemanor.org.uk with any questions about our opening times or prices.

Our Midsummer Tudor Fair is taking place this Sunday June 3rd and as this is a special event, there will be different admission prices to our usual standard entry fee. Find out more here. On this day we will be unable to offer free entry to HHA members but a concessionary rate to our season ticket holders will apply.

We are also closed on Sunday 17th June due to a private event. Please email us via enquiries@sulgravemanor.org.uk with any questions about our opening times or prices.


We’ve got you covered during half term

Half term is fast approaching and whatever the weather decides to do, we have got you covered! Escape the rain in our Tea Room and Gift Shop and keep young ones occupied with our hands-on activities and costumes to try on in the manor house. We’re open next Thursday and Friday and our Tudor Fair takes place on Sunday 3rd June.

Half term is fast approaching and whatever the weather decides to do, we have got you covered! Escape the rain in our Tea Room and Gift Shop and keep young ones occupied with our hands-on activities and costumes to try on in the manor house. We’re open next Thursday and Friday and our Tudor Fair takes place on Sunday 3rd June.


Help to shape our future

Looking to indulge your passion for history? Learn new skills or simply meet new people?

We are recruiting for volunteers in various roles within the learning, house and garden teams to bring the Sulgrave Manor story to life. In return we offer a flexible and friendly place to contribute your time to with development opportunities and a chance to join Sulgrave Manor at a really exciting time.

Please email Sally Munday-Webb for more information: sally@sulgravemanor.org.uk and read more here

Looking to indulge your passion for history? Learn new skills or simply meet new people?

We are recruiting for volunteers in various roles within the learning, house and garden teams to bring the Sulgrave Manor story to life. In return we offer a flexible and friendly place to contribute your time to with development opportunities and a chance to join Sulgrave Manor at a really exciting time.

Please email Sally Munday-Webb for more information: sally@sulgravemanor.org.uk and read more here


Time for tea this weekend?

Sunday is a great day to relax and take your time to enjoy the nice weather and lighter days. If you’re passing by, you can visit our Tea Room and Gift Shop for free and enjoy a homemade cake and light lunch whilst taking in the lovely surroundings.

There’s always a great selection available which changes on a weekly basis. It’s the perfect mid-morning, late afternoon (or any time in-between) treat!

Sunday is a great day to relax and take your time to enjoy the nice weather and lighter days. If you’re passing by, you can visit our Tea Room and Gift Shop for free and enjoy a homemade cake and light lunch whilst taking in the lovely surroundings.

There’s always a great selection available which changes on a weekly basis. It’s the perfect mid-morning, late afternoon (or any time in-between) treat!


Counting down to our Tudor Fair

It’s just under a month until the day of our Midsummer Tudor Fair! Join us at the end of the May half-term holiday and see Sulgrave Manor come alive with a huge range of fun activities perfect for families and all ages including historical crafts for the kids, live music, garden games, access to the house and garden, archery and falconry-PLUS watch a joust complete with horses! Food and drink is also available throughout the day.

It’s just under a month until the day of our Midsummer Tudor Fair! Join us at the end of the May half-term holiday and see Sulgrave Manor come alive with a huge range of fun activities perfect for families and all ages including historical crafts for the kids, live music, garden games, access to the house and garden, archery and falconry-PLUS watch a joust complete with horses! Food and drink is also available throughout the day.


From our garden to yours

A major project that we are undertaking now is within our garden. Did you know that our new Head Gardener, Patrick has joined us from Stowe? Stand by to see some amazing transformations in the weeks and months to come. Here are some tips for your own garden this month:

“Now is the time to give your lawn some TLC if you didn’t get a chance in the autumn. Scarify with a rake or powered machine to remove dead grass and any moss that might be there. This gives the lawns a chance to put on some new spring growth. Aerate by spiking with a fork to give oxygen to the grass roots.”

A major project that we are undertaking now is within our garden. Did you know that our new Head Gardener, Patrick has joined us from Stowe? Stand by to see some amazing transformations in the weeks and months to come. Here are some tips for your own garden this month:

“Now is the time to give your lawn some TLC if you didn’t get a chance in the autumn. Scarify with a rake or powered machine to remove dead grass and any moss that might be there. This gives the lawns a chance to put on some new spring growth. Aerate by spiking with a fork to give oxygen to the grass roots.”


Spring has sprung at Sulgrave Manor!

We are really happy to be welcoming visitors back to Sulgrave Manor this season. We have recently introduced free-flow access to the house, which is good news if you prefer to enjoy the manor at your own pace.

The house, garden and Tea Room open from 11am with the house shortly afterwards at 12 noon until 5pm on a Thursday, Friday and Sunday. Last entry is at 4pm so arrive with enough time to make the most of your visit, we recommend at least an hour. We look forward to seeing everyone soon! ​

We are really happy to be welcoming visitors back to Sulgrave Manor this season. We have recently introduced free-flow access to the house, which is good news if you prefer to enjoy the manor at your own pace.

The house, garden and Tea Room open from 11am with the house shortly afterwards at 12 noon until 5pm on a Thursday, Friday and Sunday. Last entry is at 4pm so arrive with enough time to make the most of your visit, we recommend at least an hour. We look forward to seeing everyone soon! ​


Easter at Sulgrave

Although the weather has been wet, we are looking forward to (hopefully) sunny days for the Easter bank holiday weekend!

From April 1st, the Manor will be open on Thursday, Friday and Sundays 11-5pm with a BRAND NEW self-led experience around the house. A perfect day out for families - including hands on trails for inquisitive minds and delicious cakes and light meals in the buttery.

Although the weather has been wet, we are looking forward to (hopefully) sunny days for the Easter bank holiday weekend!

From April 1st, the Manor will be open on Thursday, Friday and Sundays 11-5pm with a BRAND NEW self-led experience around the house. A perfect day out for families - including hands on trails for inquisitive minds and delicious cakes and light meals in the buttery.


Celebrating George Washington’s Birthday

To celebrate George Washington’s 286th birthday two of our Sulgrave Trustees Holly Smith and Nancy Stewart attended a celebration and wreath laying in front of Washington’s statue in Trafalgar Square on Thursday 22nd February. It was a fantastic opportunity to celebrate his legacy with the US Ambassador and Sir Tim Laurence, Chairman of English Heritage.

To celebrate George Washington’s 286th birthday two of our Sulgrave Trustees Holly Smith and Nancy Stewart attended a celebration and wreath laying in front of Washington’s statue in Trafalgar Square on Thursday 22nd February. It was a fantastic opportunity to celebrate his legacy with the US Ambassador and Sir Tim Laurence, Chairman of English Heritage.


Happy Birthday George Washington!

On February 22nd 1732 George Washington was born at Pope’s Creek. Today he would have been 286 years old! If you are interested in learning more about George and his English Ancestors we are opening from 1st April until September, on Thursday, Fridays and Sundays from 11 to 5pm!

On February 22nd 1732 George Washington was born at Pope’s Creek. Today he would have been 286 years old! If you are interested in learning more about George and his English Ancestors we are opening from 1st April until September, on Thursday, Fridays and Sundays from 11 to 5pm!


Brand New Visitor Experience!

With the New Year Sulgrave Manor has seen a brand new update to its visitor experience. From the 1st April 2018, Visitors will be able to explore the Manor house on an hands on self-led journey. Self-led visits allow you to go at your own pace, dip in and out of history and savour the many stories Sulgrave has to offer.

Our Operations Manager, Carla Cooper said, ‘we are always looking to new ways to attract visitors to Sulgrave and we feel that being able to enjoy the house and garden more freely will appeal to a wider range of visitor, especially families…..

Visitors can learn about the characters who lived and worked in the house and rise and fall of the Manor ….did you know that Sulgrave Manor once stood empty and was used by a notorious local gang? The new experience takes you on an exciting journey from prestigious Tudor Manor house to its purchase by the American Peace Committee in 1914. With new trails and child-friendly character trails, families can enjoy learning together and exploring the grounds. To still keep that special touch, our knowledgeable stewards will also be on site to further explain the rich history and make sure you have the best day possible. Where possible, guided tours will also be available depending on demand.

With the New Year Sulgrave Manor has seen a brand new update to its visitor experience. From the 1st April 2018, Visitors will be able to explore the Manor house on an hands on self-led journey. Self-led visits allow you to go at your own pace, dip in and out of history and savour the many stories Sulgrave has to offer.

Our Operations Manager, Carla Cooper said, ‘we are always looking to new ways to attract visitors to Sulgrave and we feel that being able to enjoy the house and garden more freely will appeal to a wider range of visitor, especially families…..

Visitors can learn about the characters who lived and worked in the house and rise and fall of the Manor ….did you know that Sulgrave Manor once stood empty and was used by a notorious local gang? The new experience takes you on an exciting journey from prestigious Tudor Manor house to its purchase by the American Peace Committee in 1914. With new trails and child-friendly character trails, families can enjoy learning together and exploring the grounds. To still keep that special touch, our knowledgeable stewards will also be on site to further explain the rich history and make sure you have the best day possible. Where possible, guided tours will also be available depending on demand.


Sulgrave in Art

Sometimes the best views of the Manor have been through art. Daniel Sherrin painted this view of the Manor in 1910 for Thos Murphy’s ‘In Unfamiliar England’.

Murphy wrote “Very faithful in detail and sentiment is Mr Sherrin’s picture, painted at my request—the artist gaining his inspiration by a week under the old roof while employed in his task. The picture shows the old house much as we saw it, standing against a rich sunset sky, its harsh outlines softened by a little distance.” (p. 43)

Sometimes the best views of the Manor have been through art. Daniel Sherrin painted this view of the Manor in 1910 for Thos Murphy’s ‘In Unfamiliar England’.

Murphy wrote “Very faithful in detail and sentiment is Mr Sherrin’s picture, painted at my request—the artist gaining his inspiration by a week under the old roof while employed in his task. The picture shows the old house much as we saw it, standing against a rich sunset sky, its harsh outlines softened by a little distance.” (p. 43)


Wishing for spring

With the British weather very cold and wet recently, there has been a ray of Sunshine hitting Sulgrave Manor today. The garden volunteers are out in full force to make the most of the weather and spruce up our grounds for the upcoming Wedding Showcase on February 25th. Our herb garden is looking better already in the sunshine!

With the British weather very cold and wet recently, there has been a ray of Sunshine hitting Sulgrave Manor today. The garden volunteers are out in full force to make the most of the weather and spruce up our grounds for the upcoming Wedding Showcase on February 25th. Our herb garden is looking better already in the sunshine!


Getting ready for the big day!

Final preparations are being made at Sulgrave Manor for the Wedding Showcase on February 25th, 11 am to 3 pm. Our Wedding Co-ordinators, Sarah-Louise and Alexandra, wanted to create a bespoke event for couples to envision their own wedding day at Sulgrave, filled with inspiration! With us on the day are our own recommended suppliers to give couples an indication of whats on offer, including caterers, photographers, wedding dressing and a ‘Hoof Booth’! See our Suppliers page for more information.

FREE tickets available here.

Don’t forget to click attending on our facebook events for the latest information:http://ow.ly/r10530hIqfi

Final preparations are being made at Sulgrave Manor for the Wedding Showcase on February 25th, 11 am to 3 pm. Our Wedding Co-ordinators, Sarah-Louise and Alexandra, wanted to create a bespoke event for couples to envision their own wedding day at Sulgrave, filled with inspiration! With us on the day are our own recommended suppliers to give couples an indication of whats on offer, including caterers, photographers, wedding dressing and a ‘Hoof Booth’! See our Suppliers page for more information.

FREE tickets available here.

Don’t forget to click attending on our facebook events for the latest information:http://ow.ly/r10530hIqfi


Welcome our new gardener to the team!

​As the new year begins, we have welcomed a new face to our team… Patrick Green who has become our Head Gardener! We are very excited for all the new updates to be made to the garden in the year ahead.

​As the new year begins, we have welcomed a new face to our team… Patrick Green who has become our Head Gardener! We are very excited for all the new updates to be made to the garden in the year ahead.


Happy New Year!

From everyone at Sulgrave Manor, we would like to wish you a very Happy New Year! We hope you have had a relaxing Christmas holiday with family and friends. There are plenty of exciting events upcoming in 2018 which will shortly be listed on our website and we can’t wait to welcome you back when we open in April.

From everyone at Sulgrave Manor, we would like to wish you a very Happy New Year! We hope you have had a relaxing Christmas holiday with family and friends. There are plenty of exciting events upcoming in 2018 which will shortly be listed on our website and we can’t wait to welcome you back when we open in April.


Goodbye to Santa!

That’s a wrap! Thank you to everyone for visiting Santa’s Grotto at Sulgrave Manor this year. A special thank you for all the hard work of our staff, especially Jackie and Steve for their countless hours constructing the fantastic Grotto from scratch. The Grotto is now closed for 2017, we can’t wait to do it all again next year!

That’s a wrap! Thank you to everyone for visiting Santa’s Grotto at Sulgrave Manor this year. A special thank you for all the hard work of our staff, especially Jackie and Steve for their countless hours constructing the fantastic Grotto from scratch. The Grotto is now closed for 2017, we can’t wait to do it all again next year!


Let it snow.. at Sulgrave!

In the exciting lead up to Christmas, most of the UK saw a heavy snowfall this weekend including Sulgrave Manor which has looked stunning in the blanket of snow. Postponed from 10th December to Thursday 21st December 2017 two screenings at 2pm and 3pm of the magical ‘The Snowman’ with live music provided by Fiori Musicali and in association with Smooth Moves. There is still time to book: fiori-musicali.com/events/the-snowman-3pm

In the exciting lead up to Christmas, most of the UK saw a heavy snowfall this weekend including Sulgrave Manor which has looked stunning in the blanket of snow. Postponed from 10th December to Thursday 21st December 2017 two screenings at 2pm and 3pm of the magical ‘The Snowman’ with live music provided by Fiori Musicali and in association with Smooth Moves. There is still time to book: fiori-musicali.com/events/the-snowman-3pm


Congratulations to the Chair of Trustees!

Congratulations to Norman Hudson, Chairman of Country Houses Foundation, for winning the Ecclesiastical’s Heritage Hero Award 2017 for Outstanding Contribution. We are so pleased to have Norman as Chair of Trustees at Sulgrave Manor at such an exciting time in our development!

Congratulations to Norman Hudson, Chairman of Country Houses Foundation, for winning the Ecclesiastical’s Heritage Hero Award 2017 for Outstanding Contribution. We are so pleased to have Norman as Chair of Trustees at Sulgrave Manor at such an exciting time in our development!


Sulgrave’s Collections Review

We are so excited to welcome our new volunteer collection team Emma and Clare, who are helping us discover more about the items in our care. One of our favourite objects they have researched so far is the ‘smokers tongs’ - used to hold a peat from the fire to light a gentlemen’s pipe!

We are so excited to welcome our new volunteer collection team Emma and Clare, who are helping us discover more about the items in our care. One of our favourite objects they have researched so far is the ‘smokers tongs’ - used to hold a peat from the fire to light a gentlemen’s pipe!


Could you be the Pump-king carver of Sulgrave?

Sugrave Manor has been visited by some eerie witches and wizards who have taken over the Manor. Make sure you come on one of our guided tours if you dare to hear some spooky tales in the Great Hall. Learn to brew your own special potion in the Kitchen and take some magic home with your own potion! Celebrate All Hallows Eve in true style by carving your own pumpkin to take home. With many pumpkins grown on-site at Sulgrave Manor, it’s a great souvenir to decorate your home with. Post your creations on social media with the tag #sulgravmanor and we may feature you on our page!

Wicked Wednesday & Phantom Phursday are on 25th & 26th Oct. 10am - 3pm. Check out our events page for more info!

Don’t make the grave mistake of missing out on this fantastic two-day event!

Sugrave Manor has been visited by some eerie witches and wizards who have taken over the Manor. Make sure you come on one of our guided tours if you dare to hear some spooky tales in the Great Hall. Learn to brew your own special potion in the Kitchen and take some magic home with your own potion! Celebrate All Hallows Eve in true style by carving your own pumpkin to take home. With many pumpkins grown on-site at Sulgrave Manor, it’s a great souvenir to decorate your home with. Post your creations on social media with the tag #sulgravmanor and we may feature you on our page!

Wicked Wednesday & Phantom Phursday are on 25th & 26th Oct. 10am - 3pm. Check out our events page for more info!

Don’t make the grave mistake of missing out on this fantastic two-day event!


Rejuvenating the Rose Garden

This week in the Gardens, the volunteer team have been working hard to rejuvenate the Rose Garden to a Parterre. The roses will be replaced with Yew Cones and balls, in the summer tulips and summer flowers will be added to match the sunshine. Thank you to the team for their hard work and make we can’t wait to see the results!

This week in the Gardens, the volunteer team have been working hard to rejuvenate the Rose Garden to a Parterre. The roses will be replaced with Yew Cones and balls, in the summer tulips and summer flowers will be added to match the sunshine. Thank you to the team for their hard work and make we can’t wait to see the results!


Harvesting for Halloween

Our volunteers have been busy in the garden this week harvesting the pumpkins in preparation for Halloween! So far the team has gathered over thirty pumpkins, so there will be plenty for the carving competition this year. Now the pumpkins will be held in the greenhouse to fully ripen and then stored in a cool, dark place ready for their time to shine on October 25th & 26th at our Wicked Wednesday and Phantom Phursday.

Thank you to the team for all their hard work! If you ever want to find out more about our gardens at Sulgrave have a chat with the garden team and they’ll be happy to help, they’re a very friendly bunch.

Our volunteers have been busy in the garden this week harvesting the pumpkins in preparation for Halloween! So far the team has gathered over thirty pumpkins, so there will be plenty for the carving competition this year. Now the pumpkins will be held in the greenhouse to fully ripen and then stored in a cool, dark place ready for their time to shine on October 25th & 26th at our Wicked Wednesday and Phantom Phursday.

Thank you to the team for all their hard work! If you ever want to find out more about our gardens at Sulgrave have a chat with the garden team and they’ll be happy to help, they’re a very friendly bunch.


Anyone for Nettle Soup?

There are only a few places left on our outdoor Tudor cookery workshop on 30th July!

If you’d like to churn your own butter​, make your own oatcakes and eat them all in the beautiful gardens at Sulgrave then call us on 01295 760 205 and choose option 2.

See our Adult Classes webpage for more details about the workshop.

There are only a few places left on our outdoor Tudor cookery workshop on 30th July!

If you’d like to churn your own butter​, make your own oatcakes and eat them all in the beautiful gardens at Sulgrave then call us on 01295 760 205 and choose option 2.

See our Adult Classes webpage for more details about the workshop.


Sir Wiliam crowned winner of the Tudor Joust!

At our Midsummer Tudor Fair Sir William, the dashing knight fought the wicked Lord Pendragon in the joust. Lord Pendragon tried to trick Sir William many times but in the end, the brave Sir William was crowned the winner! A fantastic day!

At our Midsummer Tudor Fair Sir William, the dashing knight fought the wicked Lord Pendragon in the joust. Lord Pendragon tried to trick Sir William many times but in the end, the brave Sir William was crowned the winner! A fantastic day!


Family Wednesday for Holiday fun

Join Meg and Amy, Mr Lawrence Washington’s servants, to discover how the eleven Washington children lived and played at the Manor in Tudor times. Wednesday 31st May.

Join Meg and Amy, Mr Lawrence Washington’s servants, to discover how the eleven Washington children lived and played at the Manor in Tudor times. Wednesday 31st May.


Family Connections

This week we welcomed Marjorie Gaestel from the board of Directors at Happy Retreat, West Virginia, to Sulgrave. Happy Retreat was the home of Charles, George Washington’s brother. We learned so much about the wider Washington family thanks to Marjorie’s research and some fascinating facts which we will now be able to share with our visitors.

This week we welcomed Marjorie Gaestel from the board of Directors at Happy Retreat, West Virginia, to Sulgrave. Happy Retreat was the home of Charles, George Washington’s brother. We learned so much about the wider Washington family thanks to Marjorie’s research and some fascinating facts which we will now be able to share with our visitors.


Our Wedding Season has Officially Started

It must be the start of the Wedding Season as our Exochorda x macrantha ‘The Bride’ is in full flower.​ Not the simplest plant name, but a beautiful addition to any garden. Come and see ours flowering this weekend.

It must be the start of the Wedding Season as our Exochorda x macrantha ‘The Bride’ is in full flower.​ Not the simplest plant name, but a beautiful addition to any garden. Come and see ours flowering this weekend.


Snow in May?

Although its not quite the weather for a picnic in our lovely garden, a warm welcome awaits our visitors to the Courtyard Tea Room over the Bank Holiday weekend.​

Although its not quite the weather for a picnic in our lovely garden, a warm welcome awaits our visitors to the Courtyard Tea Room over the Bank Holiday weekend.​


New Visitors at Sulgrave!

This holiday why not try your hand at our Ladybird trail and spot our seasonal visitors around the garden. ​When you’ve finished have a go at some Easter crafts and games.

This holiday why not try your hand at our Ladybird trail and spot our seasonal visitors around the garden. ​When you’ve finished have a go at some Easter crafts and games.