Doddington Place is a large landscaped garden set in an area of outstanding natural beauty.
The 10 acre garden was created by William Nesfield (1793 - 1881).
He was a renowned garden designer who worked on more than 200 gardens and estates in England and Scotland.
His work can still be seen in the gardens at Harewood House, Kensington Gardens and Castle Howard. The partnerre at Holkham Hall was his work as were some of the fine vistas at Kew Gardens.
At Doddington Place Nesfield incorporated the marvellous views from the garden.
The woodland garden is spectacular in the spring when the azaleas, rhododendrons, and bulbs are in bloom.
The mixed borders of the formal terraces are full of colour in late summer.
There is also an Edwardian rock garden, fine trees and lawns, impressive yew hedges and a new folly.