Mulberry lawn and the formal gardens

Exterior shot of the Mulberry lawn

Planted in 1865 by Emma Dent, the Mulberry tree lends its name to the accompanying formal lawn, a gateway to the Castle ruins and Queens’ Garden. The Mulberry lawn offers a relaxed and beautiful setting, perfect for afternoon teas, garden parties and Pimm’s.

Suitable for:

  • Drinks receptions
  • Garden parties
  • Alfresco dining & picnics
  • Open-air arts events

The North Lawn

Aerial shot of the North Lawn on a sunny day

Our premier display and event space, the North Lawn includes the private grounds of the Dent-Brocklehurst family and exudes exclusivity. Enclosed with watercolour-perfect views of the Tithe Barn and carp pond, the impressive North Range and private apartments, there is no space quite like it. A favourite of our most discerning clients, where better to showcase the very best your style and character?

Suitable for:

  • Displays & showcases
  • Festivals & celebrations
  • Grand entertainment
  • Open-air arts events

Falcon Lawn

Men throw hand axes at targets

Home of Sudeley’s resident falconer until the end of the 20th Century, Falcon Lawn now lends its space to the pursuit of skills, activities and adventure. The perfect setting for team-building activities and practical problem solving.

Suitable for:

  • Team-building activities
  • Historical experiences
  • Recreation

The Sudeley Estate: Castle Field, Home Park & the Hop Field

High aerial shot of the castle and it's grounds

Surrounded by the rolling Cotswold Hills, green fields and woodland breaks, the wider Sudeley Estate is the perfect large-scale venue. Steeped in natural beauty with the glorious backdrop of Sudeley Castle; Home Park, Castle Field & The Hop Field offer a sense of place perfectly suited to accompanying major events.

Suitable for:

  • Large festivals and theatre
  • Displays & showcases
  • Sporting & outdoor events
  • Equestrian events
  • Agricultural shows
  • Product experiences

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