Total steps: 4
Total steps: 4
The Italian Garden
Walk through the Italian Garden, then turn right at the roundabout yew onto Lime Avenue.
At the ornamental gates, turn left, then continue left up the gravel path to cross the tennis lawn. As you exit the tennis lawn you will face the house and lake. Turn right through the tunnel into the pinetum.
Enter the Cheshire Cottage facing you. Look briefly to your right to see the Ape of Thoth, then turn to your left to walk down the tunnel out into the Egyptian court.
Pass under the arch of the beech hedge and turn left then left again to bring you into the stumpery, the oldest stumpery in the country made entirely of oak stumps. As you descend the steps, turn left opposite the Shelter House to take you into the Chinese Garden. From here, continue to explore the garden at your own pace.
The Chinese Garden
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