Overview

With these famous words, the poet Tennyson sums up the qualities of stability and gentle age that make Gunby special.

This out-of-the-way place is the quintessential small English country house, garden and estate.

For six centuries, it has been the much-loved home of the Massingberds, who have fostered fascinating friends – from Dr Johnson in the 18th century to Rudyard Kipling in the 20th, from Charles Darwin to Josiah Wedgwood, William Holman Hunt to Virginia Woolf, Edward Lear to Ralph Vaughan Williams.

The series of ancient brick-walled enclosures, planted with intimate care and infinite knowledge, have an aged and settled look.

The estate is a green oasis in an area of intensive arable cultivation and increasing commercial development.

SKU: 30088277
Format: Paperback
Dimensions: H21 x W21cm
ISBN: 9781843594789
No. of Pages: 48 pages

Reviews

Sorry, there are no reviews.

Delivery, installations & returns

Delivery

Free UK delivery on orders over £50

UK standard delivery: 3-5 working days - £4.95

International delivery: 7-10 working days, from £15.

Returns

We hope you will be delighted with your purchase, however if you change your mind you can return your order in its original condition, with proof of purchase, to one of our National Trust shops or via our online customer service centre and we will exchange or refund your order. 

For more information see our delivery and returns page. 

 Spend over £50 and get free UK delivery.