Newark Park Photo Gallery

Newark Park is a Tudor hunting lodge that has been transformed into san elegant Georgian house.

The south front of Newark Park
The south front of Newark Park
A small formal garden area has been created on the east front
A small formal garden on the east front
The east front features this lovely Tudor oriel window
The east front features this lovely Tudor oriel window
A pair of dragons ornament the garden wall
A pair of dragons ornament the garden wall
Spring greenery grows around the windows on the north front of the building
Spring greenery grows around the windows on the north front
A garden urn stands against the north wall of the house
A garden urn stands against the north wall of the house
A fanciful topiary animal in the north garden area
A fanciful topiary animal in the north garden
The south front. Visitors are not permitted to access the south lawn area, but you can get reasonable views from the gardens below
The south front
Paths wind down the hill from the house, passing through a quiet wooded area
Paths wind down the hill from the house

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