Anglesey Abbey

Anglesey Abbey

Anglesey Abbey is a country house, situated 9 km northeast of Cambridge. Anglesey Abbey is 25 miles south east of Spaldwick and the journey takes about 40 minutes by car.

The house, gardens and associated Lode Mill are owned by the National Trust. The house contains a substantial collection of furniture and art.

Over 100 acres of grounds contain a range of gardens and walks, which were laid out by Baron Fairhaven in the 1930s. This includes popular rose and dahlia gardens that house a large number of varieties. The Lode Water Mill, dating from the eighteenth century, was restored to working condition in 1982.

Anglesey Abbey grounds

For more information, please view the National Trust using the following link:

National Trust Anglesey Abbey website


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The photos on this website of National Trust properties were taken by Mark Heath and permission has been granted for their display by the National Trust.