stewpond

stewpond

(ˈstjuːˌpɒnd)
n
a fishpond, often located in the garden of a monastery
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High points include the pleached lime walk, walled topiary garden, flagged terrace, hard tennis court and the big natural pool which was once the manorial stewpond.
The Coventry and Warwickshire Chamber of Commerce held a 'Women in Business' event at Baddesley Clinton, in Warwickshire, and the group enjoyed a tour of the National Trust property, including the delightful garden with stewponds and lake.
The star topic has to be the magnificent Privy Garden of William III, which was restored in 1996, but the Tudor history is also covered well here: Henry WH's Privy Garden filled with heraldic beasts and topiary, and the range of stewponds (fishponds) adjacent to the palace that still provides the structure for the present-day Pond Gardens.