Deene Park is very much a home, lived in by the family, playing host to friends and guests at weekends as well as the public during Open Days. The personal touches, mementos and family collections make this one of the most comfortable and charming Country Houses to visit. Even the garden reflects the personality of its owners; as a staunch advocate of the humble “cup of tea” the garden topiary has been shaped into teapots, a teapot also sits in pride of place atop the millennium obelisk.
Robert and Charlotte Brudenell are welcoming visitors to their family home, taking Deene Park forward into the 21st Century and the next 500 years of its history. They hope that visitors will agree their home is a ‘Must See’ little gem.
Disabled access is via the Great Hall door. Access to the house for disabled visitors is at ground floor level only. Disabled parking and a disabled toilet is available. Please ask the entrance host for details. You will need to display your Blue Badge once parked.
Visitors are welcome into the house and the gardens on open days or you can chose to just visit the gardens. Our volunteer guides are available at all times to help you with any questions you may have and are extremely knowledgable about the items on show in the house.
No visit to Deene Park would be complete without a stop at The Old Kitchen Tearooms. Light lunches, cream teas, cakes, coffees and snacks are available as well as our daily chef specials.