Harlaxton Manor is an architectural masterpiece with exquisite formal gardens. Constructed in 1830 by Anthony Salvin for Gregory Gregory, a wealthy businessman from Nottinghamshire. Gregory replaced the original Elizabethan Manor House in Harlaxton Village with this spectacular manor house.
Formal Gardens, Park and Woodland
The Formal Gardens at Harlaxton are are authentic to the period of construction. Discover one of Britain’s largest walled gardens, covering 6.5 acres and enjoy an interesting mixture of contrived and natural outdoor spaces.
House & Garden Tours
The knowledgable tour guides at Harlaxton Manor are able to provide detailed insight on the architecture and gardens. Tours of the Hall last approximately two hours and tours of the garden last one. Book in advance.
Perfectly grand, dramatic fusion of Gothic, Jacobethan and Baroque styles
Harlaxton Manor is a lavish and spectacular manor house. Built in Ancaster stone and merging together Gothic, Jacobethan and Baroque styles, Harlaxton is a dramatic sight to behold.
Gregory travelled England and Europe collecting objects and inspiration for his manor house. Discover the rich collection of objects he obtained on his travels displayed inside the house and enjoy exploring six and a half acres of walled garden - one of the largest in Britain.