Marks Hall Arboretum and Garden
History, tourist information, and nearby accommodation
The gardens at Marks Hall stretch to over 200 acres and includes a collection of temperate zone trees from throughout the world. Paths through the Arboretum provide lovely vistas and a chance to see exotic trees from across the globe.
Among the interesting features at Marks Hall is a Millennium Walk, especially planted to provide colour, interesting structure, and scent on the shortest days of winter. See modern and traditional planting mixed in an attractive 18th-century Walled Garden and the longest double border in East Anglia.
There is more at Marks Hall than the arboretum and garden areas; wildlife and ancient species abound in extensive woodland areas.
The Visitor Centre at Marks Hall is set in a historic restored barn. Here you can find garden information, a shop, and the Tea Room where you can enjoy morning coffee, light lunches and teas. Homemade cakes are available all day, and you can enjoy a warming bowl of home-cooked soup.
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About Marks Hall Arboretum and Garden
Address: Coggeshall, Essex, England, CO6 1TG
Attraction Type: Garden
Location: North of Coggeshall on the A120
Website: Marks Hall Arboretum and Garden
Photo Credit: Jerry Harpur, licensed for reuse under the Creative Commons Licence
NEARBY HISTORIC ATTRACTIONS
Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
Coggeshall Museum - 1.8 miles (Museum)
Coggeshall, St Peter ad Vincula Church - 1.8 miles (Historic Church)
Paycockes - 1.9 miles (Historic Building)
Coggeshall Grange Barn - 2.2 miles (Historic Building)
Coggeshall Abbey - 2.2 miles (Abbey)
Halstead, Holy Trinity Church - 3.7 miles (Historic Church)
Cressing Temple Barns and Gardens - 4.9 miles (Historic Building)
Mount Bures, St John's Church - 5.9 miles (Historic Church)
Nearest Accommodation to Marks Hall Arboretum and Garden:
Nearest Self Catering Cottages
Nearest Bed and Breakfasts