Welcome

A warm welcome to Renishaw Hall and Gardens.

Whether you are a first time or seasoned visitor, Renishaw Hall is a truly beautiful place to visit.

Renishaw has been in my family for nearly 400 years and generations of Sitwells have made their mark on the architecture, gardens and wider estate which comprise Renishaw and so much of what you see on your visit. I hope you will thoroughly enjoy your time at Renishaw now it is under my care and still very much a family home.

We look forward to seeing you!

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Gardening

Bluebells Galore!!!

UPDATE 26.4.18 - The bluebell carpet is out and looking stunning. With this glorious mid-April heatwave the bluebells have suddenly started springing to life. In another week or two there will be a carpet in our woodlands. Take a relaxing walk and discover these blue gems, as...

Daffodils are peaking!!!

The daffodils are starting to make their yearly appearance down the avenue at Renishaw Hall. The hellebores are also in full-bloom at the moment - fingers crossed this sunshine holds out in time for the bluebells....

Spring Flowers Begin!!

Spring is on its way here at Renishaw Hall. Snow drops, hellebores and crocuses are peeking their heads through the frosty soil.  The first shades of white and purple will see us through to the bold yellow and blue of daffodils and snow drops. We'll keep you...

First glimpse at the RHS garden re-plant

Re-planting has begun down at the yuccary, where the Silver-Gilt RHS award-winning garden has been moved from RHS Chatsworth to its new home here at Renishaw Hall. The garden, inspired by the Italianate area at Renishaw, features a selection of wild meadow plants and box hedging...

Laburnum Arch

With this recent rain, parts of the Garden have started blooming a little early. The davidia involucrata, also known as the pocket handkerchief tree, is flowering above the Gazing Hares statues. The foxglove tree is also out, and the laburnum arch is starting to bloom with...

Bluebells at Renishaw Hall

Spring is certainly underway here at Renishaw Hall. The bluebells in the gardens and woodland are starting to make an appearance, and it won't be long before they blanket the paths to the lakes. The Gardens are open Wednesday to Sunday and Bank Holidays Mondays, 10.30 until...

Notes from the Garden

One of the nicest things about this job in the Summer, is getting to talk to the visitors and receiving their feedback, invariably positive with the inevitable questions ‘How many gardeners are there?’ and ‘what is the red creeper growing up the yew hedges?” (Four...