Burgage Manor is a historic property in Southwell, Nottinghamshire which was once (1803 – 1808) the home of Lord Byron and his mother. The property is now privately owned and the gardens which extend to approximately one acre include ponds, formal rose beds, greenhouses, large herbaceous plantings and a large vegetable and cutting area. The gardens are open to the public on certain days during the year.
“Burgage Manor is an historic property which was the home of the poet Lord Byron between 1803 and 1808. Jonathan has restored the early 19th century grounds in a sensitive manner making use of nearly one acre in an exciting and fascinating way, with many unusual botanical species – truly now a garden fit for a poet”