Strelley Hall | Main Street | Strelley | Nottingham|
T: 0115 906 1200
The Gardens at Strelley Hall
Strelley Hall is set in 9 acres of gardens and parkland, with large lawned areas, two ponds, a paddock with horses grazing, and attractive flower beds. Fantastic displays of snowdrops during late winter are followed by beautiful daffodils and tulips in early spring.
The largest lawned area, the South Lawn, can accommodate large marquees and has a terraced area with an awning.
We are currently working hard to improve the gardens, and hope to have a garden trail around the grounds and Church in place for Spring 2019. We are also planning a natural woodland play area for children.
If you would like to volunteer to help on this exciting and fulfilling project then please contact us on 0115 906 1200.
There are some lovely country walks from the Strelley Hall site, leaflets are available in the Mulberry Tree Café. There is plenty of parking available.
“Strelley Hall is a great place to eat.
The walking in the area is good and
Strelley village is well worth investigating”