Our Garden

Wadenhoe House

We take a lot of pride in our garden and the wildlife that reside there. We have sixteen trees of ‘ancient variety’ apples. These trees have been growing here for three or four years now, and have had no chemical treatment what so ever. As a consequence of this, the fruits may have blemishes and imperfections, but can be eaten in complete confidence, and most importantly will taste better.

A Sumptuous afternoon tea at Wadenhoe House

All of our homegrown fruits, vegetables and herbs are prepared and used in all our dishes.

In our kitchen garden, we grow a wide variety of vegetables including Asparagus, runner beans & courgettes; tomatoes, lettuce & cucumber for our salads & soft fruits including strawberries & raspberries for our deserts.

“The Vegetable Garden”

Our grounds are home to many birds including red kites, which breed locally and with a six-foot wingspan are quite spectacular. Tawny Owls nest in the woodland to the south of the house and you may also see Muntjac deer, badgers, foxes, pheasants & partridge.