From gardens set in medieval ruins to landscapes dotted with temples, there's a wealth of outdoor spaces to enjoy in Buckinghamshire, Berkshire, Hampshire and Oxfordshire.
With over 400 years of history, the gardens surrounding The Vyne’s former Tudor palace offer a welcome escape to the outdoors. Find out useful information about bringing your dog and our family friendly activities.
With something stunning to discover whatever the season, a beautiful garden awaits you at Basildon. What will you explore and enjoy on your visit to us?
A magnificent formal garden overlooking the River Thames, Cliveden boasts stunning seasonal floral displays, a 6-acre parterre, a 2m-high maze, an oriental style water garden and a play area.
Find out more about the secret meaning behind the layout of this impressive garden. Take a look at our recommendations of where to enjoy the best views, walks and picnic spots.
Mary Anne's designs and love of vivid colours can still be seen in the planting schemes today and there's plenty of fun to be had in the walled garden.
Enjoy the gardens all year round with different bedding displays complementing the season.
The house at West Wycombe Park is set in 45 acres of beautiful landscaped parkland, which is open April to August. With fine views and lakes, it’s the perfect place to unwind.
See if the kids can spot the wooden barn owls in our colourful kitchen garden.
The extensive gardens that surround the half-timbered farmhouse at Ascott are a nice mix of formal and natural. Admire the specimen trees and shrubs, some unusual features and some great views.