Broadlands House & Sir Harold Hillier Gardens inc. Lunch
Broadlands is a charming English mansion set in the market town of Romsey, best known as the former home of the late Lord Louis Mountbatten and where the young Princess Elizabeth and Prince Phillip spent their honeymoon. In 1767 it was transformed by ‘Capability’ Brown and Henry Holland into the Palladian-style mansion seen today, where a guided tour is included as you wander at the array of wealthy treasures and antique furniture. Sir Harold Hillier Gardens is a world-famous tranquil garden for all seasons and winner of ‘Heritage Garden of the Year 2015’, offering inspiration for garden enthusiasts. Dating back to 1953, it is home to one of the world’s most important plant collections consisting of 14 national collections, over 42,000 plants from temperate regions around the world, and over 400 Champion Trees. During the summer months, the gardens boast exquisite colours along the Centenary Border – the length of Tower Bridge. Includes admission to both attractions. Please note there are
no refreshments facilities at Broadlands. A Hampshire ploughmans lunch will be served at Jermyn’s House, a beautiful manor house dating back to the 17th century, set in the grounds of Sir Harold Hillier Gardens.
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