The 60 acres of Parkland are visited by an abundance of wildlife.
The landscaped garden at Belcombe is registered by English Heritage as being of special historic interest. A blend of restored 18th century features and contemporary additions. Modern touches have been sympathetically introduced with carefully placed sculptures, an infinity swimming pool and terrace paved with the lightest golden stone set high above the walled garden with stunning views of the river valley.
Managed by the Belcombe team; Sue, Paul, Chris and John, the neo-classical, picturesque-style gardens and 60 acres of parkland surround the mellow jumble of cobbled and fern-filled courtyards and gothic archways. Original features of a grotto, a Doric rotunda and a ruined ‘temple’ can be found within these magical grounds.