Wander around the gardens and enjoy the water gardens, broad terraced lawns, arboretum and herbaceous borders.
Don’t miss the Stanway Fountain. Designed by Paul Edward in 2004, it rises to over 300 feet and is the tallest gravity fountain in the world.
The Stanway Water garden was created in 1720s for John Tracy. Probably designed by Charles Bridgeman, the Canal lies on a terrace 25 feet above the house with the Cascade (partly restored), Pyramid Pond and Tithe Barn Pond.
The house and garden are open on Tuesdays and Thursday in June, July and August from 2.00pm until 5.00pm.
Teas, cold drinks and ice cream available.
The Fountain plays twice each afternoon subject to drought or adverse weather conditions.
The house is lived in by 13th Earl of Weymss and March.
Historic Houses members visit for free.