Discover the lively past of the Massingberd family in their former country house home full of character and charm with eight acres worth of gardens, sweeping formal lawns, flower borders, vegetable gardens and wild flower corners to explore.
The gardens at Gunby offer something of interest all year round. From wild flower areas, wide open lawns, to sheltered walled corners. No matter the season, Gunby has an array of colours, textures and scents to enjoy.
Walking at Gunby
There are several interesting walks to enjoy at Gunby. Enjoy a relaxing stroll to the Ice House Pond of venture further out to the remains of Bratoft Manor. See great views of Gunby Hall from the distance.
Homely 1700s country house set in Victorian walled gardens
Gunby Hall is full of history and character. Home of the Massingberd family from 1500s-1960s, this National Trust property is a unique country house often likened to a pretty doll’s house or a Christopher Wren build that has been stranded in the Lincolnshire countryside.
There is so much to discover, including links to Tennyson, Darwin and Vaughan-Williams, beautiful kitchen and formal gardens plus several dog-friendly walks around the estate. Gunby Hall is the perfect attraction for heritage enthusiasts.
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