Westbury Court Garden is one of the only surviving 17th-century Dutch water gardens in the UK. Visiting us feels like you have stepped back in time to a place of elegance and calm. Here you'll find straight canals reflecting the sky, clipped hedges, ornate garden buildings and old-fashioned orchards.
Originally laid out between 1696 and 1705, this is the only restored Dutch style water garden in the country.
Visitors can explore canals, clipped hedges and working 17th-century vegetable plots and discover many old varieties of fruit trees.
Parking at Westbury Court Gardens
Please be aware that there is limited parking avaliable at Westbury, please use the village for parking if a space is not avaliable. The car park at Westbury is unsuitable for motorhomes and we therefore ask for you to use the layby on the main road into Wesbury Court Gardens.
Paying at Westbury
Westbury is a cash only property, admission prices can be found here.
If you'd like to bring a group please call 01452 760 461 or email.
Jerry, our gardener in charge, would be delighted to talk to you about your day and put together a tailored visit. Booking essential for groups of 15+.
- Spring: riotous colour in the borders as spring bulbs flower
- Summer: Look out for our tulip tree bursting into bloom
- Autumn: Apple day gives you a great chance to try our ancient apples
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