Angelsey Abbey

Angelsey Abbey is a country house formerly a priory, in the village of Lode, 5 miles northeast of Cambridge. The house and its grounds are owned by the National Trust and are open to the public, although some parts remain the private home of the Fairhaven family. The historic working watermill sits on QUY Water and the park is varied with statuary and both formal and informal planting. The winter garden is famous for its snowdrops and is well worth a visit for its textures and colours all year round.

Address: QUY Road, Lode, Cambridgeshire CB25 9EJ

Website: angleseyabbey@nationaltrust.org.uk

Tel: 01223 810080

Open: House and Gardens open all year 7 days a week

Summer: 9.30am-4.30pm, 

Autumn/Winter: 9.30am-4.30pm

NB: Lode Mill is closed Mondays

Open Tues-Sun. 10.30am-3.30pm

Entry cost: Free to National Trust Members

Useful info: The Redwoods restaurant serves a full range of food and drink. There is a shop and plant centre. Wholemeal flour made at the watermill is available for purchase.

WILSON - bark texture
WILSON - bark texture
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WILSON - Catkins
WILSON - Catkins
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WILSON - Bark
WILSON - Bark
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WILSON - Hellebore
WILSON - Hellebore
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WILSON - Lode Mill
WILSON - Lode Mill
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WILSON - The mindful meander
WILSON - The mindful meander
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WILSON - Young silver birches
WILSON - Young silver birches
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WILSON - The winter garden
WILSON - The winter garden
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