Bosworth Hall is a historic country house and Grade II* listed building in the rural town of Market Bosworth in Leicestershire, England, now known as the Bosworth Hall Hotel. It was the country seat of the Dixie family (baronets of Bosworth) for nearly three hundred years. Since the 1980s the house has had several owners and is now a hotel.
- Walled Kitchen Garden
The WKG was created between 1838 – 1847. The O/S 1st Edition 1:2500 map of 1885 shows the rectangular walled kitchen garden with glasshouses.
The walled garden is no longer cultivated and has become overgrown. Very few of the garden buildings remain except for the four garden walls, the Triumphal Arch, which is all that remains of the entrance to the conservatory, and the Italianate Belvedere water tower.(HE) The WKG is not open to the public
See our full research report on the Walled Kitchen Garden here
Bosworth Hall, Market Bosworth, also known as Bosworth Park
- Official Designations
Designation: Historic England
Historic England Reference:
List No. 1074269 Grade II Triumphal Arch in Walled Garden, The Park
List No. 1307307 Grade: Grade II Walled Garden, Greenhouses and Tower, The Park