Chateau Impney 6224

Droitwich, England, Worcestershire, Wychavon

Brief Description

Chateau Impney was built from 1869 to 1875. An ornamental garden was laid out around the house, including a fern dell and a fishpond. A deer park was established in the northern half of the site. The property is now an hotel.

Features
Gate Lodge, Kitchen Garden, Fountain, Fishpond
Access & Directions

Directions

On the north-eastern outskirts of Droitwich.
Authorities

Civil Parish

  • Droitwich Spa
History

Detailed History

Chateau Impney was built 1869 to 1875 to the design of Auguste Tronquois for John Corbett. The supervising architect was R.P. Spiers.The gardens were designed by William Goldring.

The fishpond was formed by modifying the course of the River Salwarpe, which flows through the park.

A deer park of 58 acres was formed in the northern half of the park.

Associated People

People associated to Chateau Impney

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