A much-restored Tudor house, garden with notable topiary and park
The house, originally 16th-century, is a fascinating 20th-century evocation of domestic Tudor architecture. Created by Graham Baron Ash, its interiors were restored during the period between the World Wars and contain a fine collection of 16th-century textiles and furniture. The gardens have renowned herbaceous borders and a famous collection of yews
Name and credits for images of Packwood House
Description of image - C18th gate leading to Avenue of Giant Yews in the gardens at Packwood House in the Summer.
Description of image - Rose border looking towards topiary garden at Packwood House in the Summer.
Description of image - The Yew Garden known as `The Sermon on the Mount' at Packwood House. It is said to represent figure of The Master (top), twelve `Apostles' and four `Evangelists'.
Description of image - View from the Yew Garden towards Packwood House, Warwickshire.
Credit for photograph: Stephen Robson
Copyright: ©NTPL/Stephen Robson
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