Photographing Anglesey Abbey in Cambridgeshire

Mark Heath photoThe National Trust describes Anglesey Abbey as a Jacobean-style house with gardens and a working watermill. 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.

To view all the photos, visit:

Anglesey Abbey Gallery

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

National Trust Anglesey Abbey website