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National Trust's Ashridge Estate

Berkhamsted

Ashridge Estate is a 2,000 hectare (5,000 acres) area of the Chiltern Hills with beech and oak woodlands, commons and chalk downlands. These very different landscapes each support a rich variety of wildlife, including carpets of bluebells in spring, rare butterflies in summer and fallow deer that rut in autumn.

National Trust's Boarstall Tower and Gardens

near Bicester

Fourteenth-century moated gatehouse, built by John de Haudlo, set in beautiful gardens.

Horatio's Garden - Stoke Mandeville

Aylesbury

The new garden has secluded areas for patients to be on their own or with visitors, a rill and water feature. The highly perennial, sensory planting designed by Joe Swift, has created fabulous swathes of colour for all year round, whilst evergreens will give winter structure. The planting is bird and butterfly friendly.

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National Trust's Claydon

Buckingham

Claydon’s gardens and park surround Claydon House and are a classic example of fine English country house gardens.

Magnolia House

High Wycombe

Magnolia House has 0.5-acres of many mature trees incl magnificent copper beech and large magnolia. Wollemi pine, cactus, fernery, stream, 2 ponds, 2 greenhouses. It is constantly being updated and new features added.

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Cowper & Newton Museum

Olney

Museum and historic recreation of 18th century gardens.

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National Trust's Waddesdon Manor

Buckinghamshire

The Manor is surrounded by the privately-owned estate, purchased in 1874. Successive generations of the Rothschild family have made their mark on the landscape, from Baron Ferdinand and Miss Alice’s extensive planting and landscaping, to James de Rothschild’s golf course and Stud, which still thrives today. More recently, Lord Rothschild and his daughter Beth have recreated major features, such as the Millenium Avenue of trees linking the Manor with Upper Winchendon.

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National Trust's Ascott

Buckinghamshire

Ascott Park is a large expanse of mown grass dotted with specimen trees including several fine oaks, cedars and large horse chestnuts. In the spring there is a magnificent display of daffodils. The Gardens are a wonderful mix of formal and informal, with fountains, sculptures and colourful bedding plants interspersed with architectural hedging.

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National Trust's Cliveden

Buckinghamshire

Set high above the Thames with far-reaching views, Cliveden’s impressive gardens and majestic woodlands capture the grandeur of a bygone age.

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Hartwell House & Gardens

Buckinghamshire

Luxury country house hotel, restaurant & spa, set in a tranquil setting of over 90 acres of English countryside. A stately home of rural Buckinghamshire owned by the National Trust.

National Trust's Stowe house

Buckinghamshire

The scale and beauty of Stowe have attracted visitors for over 300 years. Picture-perfect views, winding paths, lakeside walks and temples create a timeless landscape, reflecting the changing seasons. Full of hidden meaning, the gardens were created as an earthly paradise and still cast their spell today.

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Chenies Manor Garden

Chenies

A beautiful and historic landmark with extensive, award-winning gardens, tucked away in idyllic Buckinghamshire countryside, yet minutes from the M25.

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National Trust's Hughenden

Buckinghamshire

Hughenden offers a vivid insight into the charismatic personality and colourful private life of the most unlikely Victorian Prime Minister, Benjamin Disraeli, who lived here from 1848 to 1881. The formal garden has been recreated based on the original designs of Mary Anne Disraeli and there are woodland walks surrounding this country home throughout our rolling parkland.

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National Trust's West Wycombe Park

Buckinghamshire

West Wycombe Park is one of the most theatrical and Italianate of all English country houses and the Dashwood family home for over 300 years. Set in 45 acres of landscaped park, the house as we see it today is the creation of the 2nd Baronet in the 18th Century.

National Trust's Dorneywood Garden

Burnham

1930s-style garden, with herbaceous borders, cottage garden and lily pond.

Nether Winchendon House

Near Thame

Nether Winchendon House sits on lawns running down to the River Thame and to parkland beyond. The house is an events and wedding venue but the grounds are open for the public on specified dates. It is set in 7-acres of tranquil gardens and surrounded by 600-acres of Parkland, on the Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire border.

Turvey House

Bedford

Turvey House is a Grade I listed country house, set in 150 acres of surrounding parkland by the river Great Ouse in Bedfordshire. The house and gardens are closed during 2018 for essential restoration works.

Dog-friendly gardens

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Hartwell House & Gardens

Buckinghamshire

Luxury country house hotel, restaurant & spa, set in a tranquil setting of over 90 acres of English countryside. A stately home of rural Buckinghamshire owned by the National Trust.

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National Trust's Ascott

Buckinghamshire

Ascott Park is a large expanse of mown grass dotted with specimen trees including several fine oaks, cedars and large horse chestnuts. In the spring there is a magnificent display of daffodils. The Gardens are a wonderful mix of formal and informal, with fountains, sculptures and colourful bedding plants interspersed with architectural hedging.

Nether Winchendon House

Near Thame

Nether Winchendon House sits on lawns running down to the River Thame and to parkland beyond. The house is an events and wedding venue but the grounds are open for the public on specified dates. It is set in 7-acres of tranquil gardens and surrounded by 600-acres of Parkland, on the Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire border.

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National Trust's Hughenden

Buckinghamshire

Hughenden offers a vivid insight into the charismatic personality and colourful private life of the most unlikely Victorian Prime Minister, Benjamin Disraeli, who lived here from 1848 to 1881. The formal garden has been recreated based on the original designs of Mary Anne Disraeli and there are woodland walks surrounding this country home throughout our rolling parkland.

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National Trust's West Wycombe Park

Buckinghamshire

West Wycombe Park is one of the most theatrical and Italianate of all English country houses and the Dashwood family home for over 300 years. Set in 45 acres of landscaped park, the house as we see it today is the creation of the 2nd Baronet in the 18th Century.

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Chenies Manor Garden

Chenies

A beautiful and historic landmark with extensive, award-winning gardens, tucked away in idyllic Buckinghamshire countryside, yet minutes from the M25.

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National Trust's Waddesdon Manor

Buckinghamshire

The Manor is surrounded by the privately-owned estate, purchased in 1874. Successive generations of the Rothschild family have made their mark on the landscape, from Baron Ferdinand and Miss Alice’s extensive planting and landscaping, to James de Rothschild’s golf course and Stud, which still thrives today. More recently, Lord Rothschild and his daughter Beth have recreated major features, such as the Millenium Avenue of trees linking the Manor with Upper Winchendon.

National Trust's Ashridge Estate

Berkhamsted

Ashridge Estate is a 2,000 hectare (5,000 acres) area of the Chiltern Hills with beech and oak woodlands, commons and chalk downlands. These very different landscapes each support a rich variety of wildlife, including carpets of bluebells in spring, rare butterflies in summer and fallow deer that rut in autumn.

National Trust's Stowe house

Buckinghamshire

The scale and beauty of Stowe have attracted visitors for over 300 years. Picture-perfect views, winding paths, lakeside walks and temples create a timeless landscape, reflecting the changing seasons. Full of hidden meaning, the gardens were created as an earthly paradise and still cast their spell today.

Highlights this month

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Cowper & Newton Museum

Olney

Museum and historic recreation of 18th century gardens.

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National Trust's Cliveden

Buckinghamshire

Set high above the Thames with far-reaching views, Cliveden’s impressive gardens and majestic woodlands capture the grandeur of a bygone age.

National Trust's Ashridge Estate

Berkhamsted

Ashridge Estate is a 2,000 hectare (5,000 acres) area of the Chiltern Hills with beech and oak woodlands, commons and chalk downlands. These very different landscapes each support a rich variety of wildlife, including carpets of bluebells in spring, rare butterflies in summer and fallow deer that rut in autumn.

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National Trust's Ascott

Buckinghamshire

Ascott Park is a large expanse of mown grass dotted with specimen trees including several fine oaks, cedars and large horse chestnuts. In the spring there is a magnificent display of daffodils. The Gardens are a wonderful mix of formal and informal, with fountains, sculptures and colourful bedding plants interspersed with architectural hedging.

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National Trust's West Wycombe Park

Buckinghamshire

West Wycombe Park is one of the most theatrical and Italianate of all English country houses and the Dashwood family home for over 300 years. Set in 45 acres of landscaped park, the house as we see it today is the creation of the 2nd Baronet in the 18th Century.