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1930s-style garden, with herbaceous borders, cottage garden and lily pond
Did you know?
Dorneywood is traditionally the country residence of a senior member of the Government, usually a Secretary of State or Minister of the Crown. It was given to us by Lord Courtauld-Thomson and it is administered by the Dorneywood Trust.
Dorneywood's garden is open on selected summer afternoons. Please visit our opening times page to see our plans for 2015.
The house is open from 18 to 30 July 2015 but places are limited so booking is essential. To book a place, please email the team, with the afternoon you would like to visit and they will confirm with you.
Entry is free for National Trust members, charges apply to other visitors.
We're sorry, but no photography is allowed.