A drystone ha-ha separates the formal gardens from wider parkland to the east and south of the hall in which are located the 4x4 and quad bike tracks, opportunities for archery and clay pigeon shooting, the latter for which the hotel holds a license. There are wonderful panoramic views of parkland and woodland stretching as far as the eye can see, all of which are home to a vast array of species of birds and wildlife.
To the rear of the hall are the formal gardens all of which have now been faithfully restored. These include the following:
Seating areas are scattered amongst the formal gardens, some quite remote from the hall and these provide the perfect opportunity for guests to quietly enjoy the garden features and reflect on the heritage that surrounds them.
Terraces adjacent to the hall are the ideal location to enjoy light refreshments in the sunshine.
Work continues on the restoration of the award winning gardens, with the next project under plan to restore the phoenix fountain.
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“Our annual conference was a great success and on budget, thank you to Ringwood Hall Hotel”
local business director