The eccentric oval Georgian House at Ickwork is surrounded by extensive wooded parkland, landscaped gardens and a vineyard. The parkland and shaded woodland, sections of which were developed by Capability Brown during the 18th century, provide a haven for plant, animal, and bird life. The various gardens reflect the history and changing tastes of the successive Marquesses of Bristol. Ickworth wines from the vineyard are served at the Ickworth Hotel restaurant, and are available to buy from the National Trust shop in the West Wing.
Location: Approximately 3 miles South West of Bury St Edmunds, off the A143
Facilities: Toilets, gift shop, restaurant
Other info: Admission fee; parking included in admission fee
Times and prices are subject to change. Contact venue before setting out.
Event contact: No name specified
Telephone: 01284 735270