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Dorneywood Garden

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Dorneywood Garden is a combination cottage and kitchen garden in 1930s style, set around a xxth century house. The garden features a lily pond, stylish conservatory, rose garden, and herbaceous borders.

The garden is open on specific dates throughout the year, by written appointment only. Please see the National Trust website for details.

Note: Dorneywood House is an official government residence, reserved for a Minister of the Crown or the Secretary of State. As such, it is not open to the public. It was bequeathed to the National Trust by Lord Courtauld-Thomson in 1942 on the provision that it be used by the current Prime Minister or a senior cabinet minister. Since 1954 the estate has been managed by the Dorneywood Trust.

About Dorneywood Garden
Address: Dorneywood Road, Dorneywood, Burnham, Buckinghamshire, England, SL1 8PY
Attraction Type: Garden
Location: 1.5 miles north of Burnham village
Website: Dorneywood Garden
Email: dorneywood@nationaltrust.org.uk
National Trust - see also: National Trust memberships (official website link)
Location map
OS: SU938848


Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest

Cliveden - 1.4 miles (Garden) Heritage Rating

Taplow Court - 2.5 miles (Historic House) Heritage Rating

Stanley Spencer Gallery - 2.6 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

Dorney Court - 3.6 miles (Historic House) Heritage Rating

Slough Caverns - 3.7 miles (Countryside) Heritage Rating

Dorney, St James the Less Church - 3.7 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Old Thatch Garden - 3.8 miles (Garden) Heritage Rating

Bray, St Michael's Church - 3.9 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

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Tourist Information Centre
The Library
St Ives Road
Tel: 01628 796 502
Alternate Tel: 01753 743 907 booking line
Fax: 01628 796 971
Email: maidenhead.tic@rbwm.gov.uk
Web: http://www.maidenhead.gov.uk

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