Lady Holte’s Garden is the South Garden for Aston Hall and is surrounded by brick walls, which were ordered by Sir Thomas Holte in 1637. The garden is designed in symmetrical patterns with historic shrubs and foliage.
The gardens were designed to be beautiful and peaceful and also as a method of impressing guests who visited Aston Hall in the past.
Many of the rooms in Aston Hall that overlook Lady Holte’s garden are the rooms that would have been used by the family’s guests, such as the Great Dining Room, the Lodging Chambers (guest bedrooms) and the Withdrawing Room.
The gardens at Aston Hall are free to visit during site opening hours.