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About the The Vyne
The grounds of the house built in the early 16th century by Lord Sandys, Henry VIII's Lord Chamberlain. A variety of annual and perennial flowerbeds and spectacular herbaceous borders including the Summer-house Garden which has been transformed into an Edwardian-style flower garden with beds designed to reflect the architectural floor plan of the summer-house - one of the oldest garden buildings in the country, c.1632-36. The orchard and Edwardian Wild Garden provide a delightfully informal contrast, and there are also attractive lakeside and woodland walks. Good collection of ancient trees, including the "Hundred Guinea Oak" believed to be around 650 years old.
Sherborne St John
Hampshire RG24 9HL United Kingdom