Gardens and parks in Gloucestershire and the Cotswolds
The Cotswolds are home to some outstanding gardens and parks. Winter is a great time to explore with the family outdoors in the fresh, crisp air.
Explore Hidcote's Arts and Crafts-inspired garden, a network of ‘outdoor rooms' designed by the renowned horticulturalist Lawrence Johnston.
The garden and parkland are an ideal place to get outdoors in nature. The area also provides the diverse habitat for a variety of creatures and birdlife.
Dyrham Park’s 17th-century inspired West Garden, ponds and perry orchard are filled with seasonal interest and great places to spot nature.
Discover a series of discrete spaces in Chastleton’s romantic garden, where you’ll find a productive Kitchen Garden, historic croquet lawn and neat topiary.
Alongside friend and fellow architect Mackay Hugh Baillie Scott, Wade set out to design a garden which reflected the theatre and form of the manor. The garden is an extension of the house, a series of outdoor rooms.
Situated in the heart of the Cotswolds, this rich estate boasts walking trails, limestone grasslands and lakes, and more wildlife than you could ever imagine.
Walk farm tracks and landscaped parkland, picnic by tranquil sections of the Thames, admire historic house Buscot Park and discover a watermill and wartime secrets in Coleshill.
Sherborne estate is a great place for a walk throughout all seasons. It is also a haven for wildlife, so bring along your binoculars and see what you can spot.