England Travel

Poulton Hall

Poulton Hall is a 17th-century country house, still occupied by the same family. They lived in different houses on the site for over 900 years. This year the gardens are open a few times, in April, late May when we visited, and early July. Enjoy the pictures from the garden.

Poulton Hall

fox in a tree

Green man

Poulton Hall

garden

roses

bee on a rose

garden

artwork

peonies

artwork

waterlily

artwork

door

garden

garden

Poulton Hall is in Poulton Lancelyn, Bebington, Wirral, Cheshire, CH63 9LN. Entry fee is ÂŁ5 per person.

8 Comment

  1. I love the tree carvings too, although I was not familiar with the myth.

    The gardens themselves remind me very much of Buscot Park, which is a National Trust place near Faringdon in Oxfordshire.

    Another place for my ‘must visit the North’ list 🙂

    1. I haven’t been to Buscot Park, but I usually visit properties and not gardens when I am going to NT. 🙂

      1. The house at Buscot Park isn’t very large, with much of it not open to the public, as it is still lived in, but it is definitely worth a visit and the gardens and grounds are stunning too, which is an added bonus! 🙂

    1. They are so pretty, aren’t they? It’s a Green man, if you are familiar with the medieval myth.

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