Deene Park Houses
Deene is a largely sixteenth-century house incorporating a medieval manor. It is built around a courtyard and has important rooms added during the reign of George 111. Deene has belonged to the Brudenell family since 1514 and was the seat of the Earls of Cardigan, of whom the most notable was the 7th who led the charge of the Light Brigade at Balaklava in 1854.
This Historic House is now the home of Mr. Edmund and the Hon. Mrs. Brudenell, and the rooms shown to the public are regularly used by the family and friends. There is a large and interesting collection of family portraits and possessions, including uniforms and memorabilia of the Crimean War.
There is also a large park where visitors may picnic beside the lake before exploring the gardens and the house.
June, July and August Sundays; 2 - 5 pm
Open Sundays & Mondays for Easter, early and late Spring Bank Holidays and August Bank Holidays 2 - 5 pm
Cream Teas are available. Open at all other times by arrangement, including pre-booked parties.
ADMISSION - Summer only.
AddressDeene Park, Deene, Northamptonshire, NN11 3SD
Opening times2pm - 5pm
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