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  • England , Lydney

    The gardens at Naas House retain sections of walling from a 17th-century walled garden, contemporary with the house. Two derelict garden buildings survive and a belt of tree planting.

  • England , Nailsea

    The house, originally a Jacobean manor house, was purchased by Charles Edward Evans in 1906 and restored. During the same period a balustraded terrace garden was established. The house has since been divided.

  • England , Chiltern, Buckinghamshire

    The gardens at Nanfans are modest and belong to the 20th-century country house.

  • Wales , Dolgellau

    The house, park and gardens at Nannau are set within a high-altitude romantic landscape. The remains of an extensive late-18th-century landscape park survive with an earlier walled deer park and fragments of ancient woodland. There is an extensive system of paths and rides in the park and a scenic walk, known as the Precipice Walk. This walk is open to the public for most of the year. There are also walled kitchen gardens and ponds.

    Nannau house and parkland, Dolgelley Nannau house and parkland, Dolgelley

  • England , Loughborough

    The site has a Victorian house with a 0.8 hectare walled garden dating from around 1850. There are also Messenger greenhouses built in the 1880s. The house was home to the Paget family including Arthur Paget, the inventor of the land drainage system. The walled kitchen garden received a grant for restoration form the Heritage Lottery Fund in 2004.

  • Wales , Ruthin

    Nantclwyd House is a town house, originally built in the 15th century, that has recently been restored and opened to the public. The late-15th-century garden walls survive, as does a 17th- or early-18th-century gazebo. The current layout of the garden dates from the late-19th or early-20th century.

    Nantclwyd Hall, Ruthin Nantclwyd Hall, Ruthin

  • Wales , Aberystwyth

    The house, grounds and outbuildings of Nanteos are intact and well-preserved. They form a significant survival of a grand Georgian estate in Wales.

    Nanteos, the lake Nanteos, the lake

  • England , Cheshire

    The garden is surrounded on three sides by the original walls (listed Grade II), which have survived virtually intact for over 400 years. However, some damage has occurred in recent years through natural weathering and probably vandalism. The interior of the garden is now overgrown.

    Nantwich Walled Garden, bee boles Nantwich Walled Garden, bee boles

  • England , St Albans

    Napsbury Hospital is an echelon-style mental asylum, with grounds designed by William Goldring in an informal style.

  • England , Swaffham

    Narford Hall has an 18th-century landscape park, lake, stables and woodland.

  • Northern Ireland , Warrenpoint, County Down

    A house of 1831-7 built incorporating an older house set in extensive woodland and a few parkland trees. Features include a rockery in a Pleasure Ground with shrubs and exotics, a decoy pond, a walled garden with a large garden house and a deer park.

  • England , Naseby

    The gardens at Naseby Hall probably date back originally to the early 19th century, when the house was built.

  • England , Taplow

    Nashdom Abbey has an early-20th-century formal garden with terrace and lawns. Together with the adjacent woodland the site occupies about six hectares (four hectares registered).

  • Wales , Cowbridge

    The site of Nash Manor has been inhabited since the 15th century. The house dates in part from the 16th century and there are signs of an early formal garden layout, visible from the air. The main walled enclosure is now a single lawn with a central rectangular fishpond. Some earlier features remain, including part of a 19th-century yew walk and a copper beech.

    Nash Manor, the east facade Nash Manor, the east facade

  • England

    The Nash is a 19th-century country house with associated grounds. Features include a small park, a walled kitchen garden, lawns and woods.

  • Wales , Carmarthenshire

    Middleton Hall is now home to the National Botanical Garden of Wales. The site has a 1790s landscape park in fine rolling countryside, the main feature of which is a string of lakes.

    National Botanic Garden of Wales, the Circle of Indecision National Botanic Garden of Wales, the Circle of Indecision

  • England , Impington

    Features of the National Institute of Agricultural Botany include lawns and trees.

  • Wales , Aberystwyth

    The sloping garden is landscaped with granite steps, a broad terrace, lawn and formal borders. A switch-back drive approaches the National Library of Wales. There is an extensive rockery between the caretaker's cottage and the drive, which is principally constructed with an artificial concrete-based conglomerate.

    National Library of Wales, border National Library of Wales, border

  • England , Greater London

    The National Maritime Museum Complex is within landscaped grounds of lawns with wide pathways and mature trees.

  • England , Alrewas

    The National Memorial Arboretum is intended as a national living focus for remembrance. It commemorates those of the armed forces and civil authorities who have given their lives in the line of duty. There are currently around 50,000 trees, some planted in avenues, a chapel and several memorials.