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Upton Wold Garden

Moreton-in-Marsh

Formal gardens and a Walnut arboretum in the Cotswolds.

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The Garden at Miserden

Cotswolds

Award-winning historic formal garden, full of character.

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Kiftsgate Court Gardens

Cotswolds

Cotswolds hillside garden with stunning roses & spectacular views.

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Bourton House Garden

Moreton-in-Marsh

One of the UK’s finest summer gardens.

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Cotswold Lavender

Snowshill

'A treat for all the senses'

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Cerney House Gardens

Cotswolds

A year-round romantic secret garden in the heart of the Cotswolds. Set in 40 acres, we showcase a Victorian walled garden and woodland walk.

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National Trust's Lodge Park and Sherborne Estate

Cheltenham

A tranquil Cotswold estate full of diverse wildlife and England's only surviving 17th century grandstand.

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Hookshouse Pottery & Garden

Tetbury

A private garden bursting with design inspiration.

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Tortworth Court

Wotton-under-Edge

This is a living, breathing, historic estate and arboretum that has seen over four centuries of memorable moments and De Vere are proud to be continuing the tradition and the custodians of its future. Visit our website at www.devere.com, sign up for news and offers, or visit our facebook page. The formal rose garden and the herbaceous border is accessible to wheelchairs from the lower car park entrance. Disabled access to the atrium bar and light refreshments through the main hotel entrance. A year-round historic garden and arboretum set in 30 acres showcasing a Victorian formal rose garden, veteran trees, and herbaceous borders.

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Friends of Westonbirt Arboretum - Westonbirt, the National Arboretum

Tetbury, Gloucestershire

Vast parkland and woodland estate in the Cotswolds.

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Sezincote House & Gardens

Moreton-in-Marsh

Indian-style mansion and garden uniquely set in a traditional estate.

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Sudeley Castle & Gardens

Cotswolds

Located in the heart of the Cotswolds, Sudeley Castle & Gardens has played an important role in England’s history for over 1,000 years. The castle is surrounded by a breathtaking 1,200 acre estate and ten award-winning gardens. The centrepiece is the Queens Garden, so named because four of England’s queens – Anne Boleyn, Katherine Parr, Lady Jane Grey and Elizabeth I – once walked upon the original Tudor Parterre.

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Barnsley House & Garden

Cotswolds

Featuring knot gardens, statues by Simon Verity, the Laburnum Walk and an ornamental fruit and vegetable garden, the grounds are among England’s most famous settings. It was Rosemary Verey who began redesigning Barnsley House’s gardens in the 1950s, to both critical acclaim and global interest.

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Highnam Court Gardens

Gloucester

40 acres of Victorian landscaped gardens have been lovingly restored, including a knot garden, parterre, willow arbour and rose garden alongside numerous animal wood carvings.

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Dr Jenner's House, Museum & Garden

Berkeley

Dr Jenner's House, Museum & Garden is dedicated to the work of Edward Jenner who is famed for discovering a cure for smallpox. The house and gardens contain the many interests and influences of Jenners' life.

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Batsford Arboretum

Cotswolds

At 56 acres in size, Batsford is an intimate and romantic place to visit, with interest all year round, from the first snowdrops of spring, right through to the outstanding autumn colour in October and November. The collections at Batsford cover a wide range of plants from around the world but have an emphasis on the Far East. There are over 2,850 labelled specimens including about 1,300 different trees, shrubs, and bamboo. Batsford has held the National Collection of Japanese Flowering Cherries since 2002 - which means they have at least 70% of known cultivars.

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National Trust's Dyrham Park

Cotswolds

An historic herd of fallow deer roams freely in the 270 acres (110 hectares) of ancient parkland, full of magnificent trees and breathtaking views.

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Painswick Rococo Garden

Cotswolds

Designed in the 1740s as a pleasure garden for holding intimate garden parties, this hidden valley is now the country's only surviving rococo garden.

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National Trust's Snowshill Manor and Garden

Cotswolds

The garden is the perfect place to unwind and explore hidden vistas, quiet corners and unexpected delights including Charles Wade’s uncomplicated home, the Priest’s House.

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Stanway House & Fountain

Cotswolds

Jacobean Manor House and the world's tallest gravity fed fountain.

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Lydney Spring Gardens

Gloucestershire

Flowering Cherries, Magnolias, scented spring flowering shrubs and drifts of spring bulbs provide a stunning entrance to Lydney Park Gardens. They include a paved terrace, two fountain pools, hedges and lawns. The 8 acre woodland garden is a place of tranquil natural beauty, full of colourful Azaleas, Rhododendrons, Corylopsis and Pieris as well as Magnolias, Acers and Cornus.

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National Trust's Westbury Court Garden

Gloucestershire

Originally laid out between 1696 and 1705, this is the only restored Dutch style water garden in the country (with a center 449-ft. long canal). Visitors can explore canals, clipped hedges and working 17th-century vegetable plots and discover many old varieties of fruit trees.

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Owlpen Manor Estate

Dursley

Owlpen Manor has long been recognised as one of the most romantic Tudor manor houses in southern England. It's set in a picturesque valley among bluebell woods right under the Cotswold hills and it has formal terraced gardens and magnificent yews of the seventeenth century. The house dates from 1450 to 1616, with careful Cotswold Arts and Crafts repairs of 1926, when the house was saved from ruin after over 80 years of dereliction. Today the interiors contain a series of unique painted textiles and Mander family portraits and collections, as well as a famous collection of Cotswold Arts and Crafts furniture and fittings.

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National Trust's Newark Park

Gloucestershire

16th-century hunting lodge on a rolling 725-acre estate known for its exhibitions and country walks, Newark Park reflects 450 years of history, with romantic gardens, tea pavilion & park and breathtaking Mendip views. The garden and estate showcase a range of seasonal specials, such as snowdrops, aconites and daffodils, wild garlic, summer borders and autumn cyclamen. A beautiful setting with splendid views of the Cotswold countryside, waiting to be discovered and explored.

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National Trust's Lodge Park and Sherborne Estate

Cheltenham

A tranquil Cotswold estate full of diverse wildlife and England's only surviving 17th century grandstand.

Colesbourne Park Snowdrops

Cotswolds

Set in the beautiful Churn valley in the heart of the Gloucestershire Cotswolds, Colesbourne Park has been the home of the Elwes family since 1789. The historic snowdrop collection, started by Henry John Elwes with the discovery of Galanthus elwesii in Turkey in 1874, has been greatly developed by Sir Henry and Lady Elwes in the past 25 years. It has been called 'England's greatest snowdrop garden' by Country Life. Now with a collection of 350 varieties, visitors can enjoy the snowdrops throughout the ten acre garden with its woodland and lakeside paths, the Spring Garden and Formal Garden, alongside drifts of cyclamen, hellebores and other winter plants. The surrounding park, arboretum and nearby church are also open.

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Painswick Rococo Garden

Cotswolds

Designed in the 1740s as a pleasure garden for holding intimate garden parties, this hidden valley is now the country's only surviving rococo garden.

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Cotswold Lavender

Snowshill

'A treat for all the senses'

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National Trust's Newark Park

Gloucestershire

16th-century hunting lodge on a rolling 725-acre estate known for its exhibitions and country walks, Newark Park reflects 450 years of history, with romantic gardens, tea pavilion & park and breathtaking Mendip views. The garden and estate showcase a range of seasonal specials, such as snowdrops, aconites and daffodils, wild garlic, summer borders and autumn cyclamen. A beautiful setting with splendid views of the Cotswold countryside, waiting to be discovered and explored.

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National Trust's Westbury Court Garden

Gloucestershire

Originally laid out between 1696 and 1705, this is the only restored Dutch style water garden in the country (with a center 449-ft. long canal). Visitors can explore canals, clipped hedges and working 17th-century vegetable plots and discover many old varieties of fruit trees.

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Friends of Westonbirt Arboretum - Westonbirt, the National Arboretum

Tetbury, Gloucestershire

Vast parkland and woodland estate in the Cotswolds.

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Berkeley Castle

Berkeley

Berkeley Castle is a medieval castle, which was built in 1153. The gardens specialise in scented varieties but there is a wide range of flowers and structures to see. Berkeley cates for families too and activities onsite include arts & crafts, archery, jester skills, Knight School, a wild play area, dressing-up and much more.

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Hookshouse Pottery & Garden

Tetbury

A private garden bursting with design inspiration.

Upton Wold Garden

Moreton-in-Marsh

Formal gardens and a Walnut arboretum in the Cotswolds.

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Cerney House Gardens

Cotswolds

A year-round romantic secret garden in the heart of the Cotswolds. Set in 40 acres, we showcase a Victorian walled garden and woodland walk.

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Highnam Court Gardens

Gloucester

40 acres of Victorian landscaped gardens have been lovingly restored, including a knot garden, parterre, willow arbour and rose garden alongside numerous animal wood carvings.

Rodmarton Manor

Cotswolds

One of the finest Gloucestershire gardens on the edge of the Cotswolds – spectacular throughout the summer.

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Tortworth Court

Wotton-under-Edge

This is a living, breathing, historic estate and arboretum that has seen over four centuries of memorable moments and De Vere are proud to be continuing the tradition and the custodians of its future. Visit our website at www.devere.com, sign up for news and offers, or visit our facebook page. The formal rose garden and the herbaceous border is accessible to wheelchairs from the lower car park entrance. Disabled access to the atrium bar and light refreshments through the main hotel entrance. A year-round historic garden and arboretum set in 30 acres showcasing a Victorian formal rose garden, veteran trees, and herbaceous borders.

The Old Rectory Gardens at Doynton

Bristol

Blending modern structural horticultural design with the traditional architecture of a Grade II listed rectory. The gardens provide a diverse range of scenery including landscapes, kitchen and astrological gardens.

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National Trust's Dyrham Park

Cotswolds

An historic herd of fallow deer roams freely in the 270 acres (110 hectares) of ancient parkland, full of magnificent trees and breathtaking views.

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Barnsley House & Garden

Cotswolds

Featuring knot gardens, statues by Simon Verity, the Laburnum Walk and an ornamental fruit and vegetable garden, the grounds are among England’s most famous settings. It was Rosemary Verey who began redesigning Barnsley House’s gardens in the 1950s, to both critical acclaim and global interest.

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Batsford Arboretum

Cotswolds

At 56 acres in size, Batsford is an intimate and romantic place to visit, with interest all year round, from the first snowdrops of spring, right through to the outstanding autumn colour in October and November. The collections at Batsford cover a wide range of plants from around the world but have an emphasis on the Far East. There are over 2,850 labelled specimens including about 1,300 different trees, shrubs, and bamboo. Batsford has held the National Collection of Japanese Flowering Cherries since 2002 - which means they have at least 70% of known cultivars.

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National Trust's Snowshill Manor and Garden

Cotswolds

The garden is the perfect place to unwind and explore hidden vistas, quiet corners and unexpected delights including Charles Wade’s uncomplicated home, the Priest’s House.

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Stanway House & Fountain

Cotswolds

Jacobean Manor House and the world's tallest gravity fed fountain.

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Lydney Spring Gardens

Gloucestershire

Flowering Cherries, Magnolias, scented spring flowering shrubs and drifts of spring bulbs provide a stunning entrance to Lydney Park Gardens. They include a paved terrace, two fountain pools, hedges and lawns. The 8 acre woodland garden is a place of tranquil natural beauty, full of colourful Azaleas, Rhododendrons, Corylopsis and Pieris as well as Magnolias, Acers and Cornus.

National Trust's Woodchester Park

near Stonehouse

The tranquil wooded valley contains a 'lost landscape' with remains of an 18th- and 19th-century landscape park with a chain of five lakes. Park Mill Pond is the last of these lakes and features a man-made island that is now a heronry. Large carp can also be seen in the waters.

Hidcote Manor Garden

Gloucestershire

Hidcote is an Arts and Crafts garden in the north Cotswolds, a stone’s throw from Stratford-upon-Avon. Created by the talented American horticulturist, Major Lawrence Johnston its colourful and intricately designed outdoor ‘rooms’ are always full of surprises. It’s a must-see if you’re on holiday in the Cotswolds.

Cirencester Park

Cirencester

Cirencester Park is open to the public all year round. Some areas of the 3-000-acre park are also suitable for dog walking. However, the mansion is not open to the public.

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Kiftsgate Court Gardens

Cotswolds

Cotswolds hillside garden with stunning roses & spectacular views.

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Hookshouse Pottery & Garden

Tetbury

A private garden bursting with design inspiration.

Upton Wold Garden

Moreton-in-Marsh

Formal gardens and a Walnut arboretum in the Cotswolds.

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