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Broughton Castle: History | Visiting Broughton | Image Gallery | Location | Location Map | Nearby Hotels | Contact


Pictures of Broughton Castle - Gardens and Grounds

Gardens and Grounds - House Interior - Broughton Church

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Broughton Castle and Lady Garden

Broughton Castle from the far side of the moat


The Castle Gatehouse and moat


Garden path

The back of the house and garden beds

The grounds allow access all the way around the reat of the castle grounds, following the line of the moat

Note the projecting window and the column of stone that supports it

The formal Lady Garden

Informal flower beds are at their best in early July

The formal hedges of the Lady Garden can be seen best in this aerial view

The view from the roof of the castle towards the Gatehouse and church is superb

Broughton Castle entry walk

The front of Broughton Castle

Broughton Castle Photos
Gardens and Grounds - House Interior - Broughton Church

Broughton Castle: History | Visiting Broughton | Image Gallery | Location | Location Map | Nearby Hotels | Contact

 

 

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