Gardens in Heart of England.

Barnsdale Gardens
Barnsdale Gardens is a joy to visit; 38 themed gardens, ponds and woodlands nestled in a quiet corner of the beautiful Rutland countryside, but just 10 minutes from Stamford and the A1.
Berkeley Castle
In 1153 Maurice Berkeley completed this fortress by the Severn Estuary at the command of Henry II, and ever since has been the home of the Berkeley family.
Birmingham Botanical Gardens & Glasshouses
The Birmingham Botanical Gardens were opened in 1832. They were designed by JC Loudon, a leading garden planner, horticultural journalist and publisher.
Chatsworth
Chatsworth is the home of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire, and has been the family home of the Cavendish family since 1549.There's always something different to see, do and discover at Chatsworth.
Attingham Park
Attingham Park was built in 1785 for the 1st Lord Berwick. It has a picture gallery by John Nash, magnificent Regency interiors and collections of silver, Italian furniture and Grand Tour paintings.
Baddesley Clinton Hall
Enjoy a day at Baddesley Clinton, the medieval moated manor house with hidden secrets! One the most enchanting properties owned by the National Trust, Baddesley Clinton has seen little change since 1633 when Henry Ferrers 'the Antiquary' died.
Batsford Arboretum
The earliest verifiable recorded history of Batsford Park, of which the Batsford Arboretum forms the central part, dates back to the Freeman family who owned the estate in the early part of the 17th Century.
Biddulph Grange Garden
An unusual Victorian Garden, restored by the National Trust. Containing a series of connected gardens including a Chinese temple, Egyptian Court, Dahlia Walk, Scottish Glen, Parterres, Avenues and many other settings.
Boscobel House
Boscobel House was built in about 1632, when John Giffard of Whiteladies converted a timber-framed farmhouse into a hunting lodge.
Boughton House
Boughton House is the Northamptonshire home of the Duke and Duchess of Buccleuch and Queensberry.
Bourton House Garden
The Cotswolds' best kept secret! An award-winning three acre garden surrounding a fine 18th century Manor House and Grade I listed 16th century Tithe Barn.
Brook Cottage Garden
The 4-acre garden has been formed by an architect and a plantswoman since 1964 on the west facing slope of a valley. Originally the site comprised a paved courtyard surrounded on three sides by the 17th century Hornton stone house and barn.
Burford House & Garden Centre
Uniquely situated where three counties meet, the 7 acres of lawn and stunning borders of Burford House Gardens sweep along the banks of the picturesque River Teme.
Canons Ashby House
Canons Ashby has been the family home of the Drydens since Elizabethan times and that family atmosphere remains today.
Castle Bromwich Hall Gardens
These gardens of some 10 acres, are a rare survival of formal garden design of the early 18th Century when gardens were an oasis of elegance and beauty, far removed from the hazardous and hostile world beyond their walls
Claydon House
Claydon is an extraordinary house with remarkable 18th century, rococo and chinoiserie decoration. Features include the unique Chinese room and parquetry Grand Stairs.
Coton Manor Garden
Coton Manor lies in peaceful Northamptonshire countryside and enjoys beautiful views providing an ideal setting for the garden.
Dorothy Clive Garden
The Dorothy Clive Garden is intimate and informal. It embraces a variety of landscape features, including a superb woodland garden, an alpine scree, a damp garden and spectacular summer flower borders.
Hergest Croft Gardens
Hergest Croft Gardens lie in the heart of the Welsh Marches with stunning views towards the Black Mountains.
Hidcote Manor Garden
Hidcote Manor Garden is one of those gardens which can only be found in England! It was created by keen horticulturist, Major Lawrence Johnston, on a Cotswold property bought for him by his mother.
Hodnet Hall Gardens
Winner of the Christies Historic Houses Association Garden of the Year Award for 1985, and subject of numerous BBC radio and television programmes.
How Caple Court Gardens
The 11 acre gardens of How Caple Court date from Edwardian times and are set high above the River Wye with views towards the Forest of Dean and the Welsh Mountains.
Kelmarsh Hall and Gardens
Kelmarsh is a 3,363 acre (1361ha) agricultural estate at the heart of which stands the eighteenth century Kelmarsh Hall, surrounded by its pleasure gardens and parkland.
Lydney Park Gardens
Lydney Park Gardens is open during the Spring and on certain days in the summer as part of the National Garden Scheme (Yellow Book).
Melbourne Hall
In its picturesque poolside setting, Melbourne Hall was once the home of Victorian Prime Minister, William Lamb, who as 2nd Viscount Melbourne, gave his name to the famous city in Australia.
Newstead Abbey
Founded as a monastic house in the late twelfth century, Newstead became the Byron family seat in 1540. Newstead's most famous owner, the poet Lord Byron, sold the property in 1818.
Painswick Rococo Gardens
The sole, complete survivor from the brief Rococo period of English garden design (1720-1760).
Ragley Hall
Ragley is the Family home of the 9th Marquess and Marchioness of Hertford, seat of the Conway-Seymour family. Designed in 1680 by Robert Hooke.
Rodmarton Manor
Rodmarton Manor, near Cirencester in Gloucestershire, was one of the last country houses to be built in the old traditional style when everything was done by hand with local stone, local timber and local craftsmen.
Rousham House & Gardens
Rousham's landscape garden should be a place of pilgrimage for students of the work of William Kent (1685-1748). Rousham represents the first phase of English landscape design.
Ryton Gardens - the home of Garden Organic
Garden Organic Ryton - run by the charity Garden Organic (formerly known as HDRA) - attracts more than 30,000 visitors each year.
Spetchley Park Gardens
The Gardens at Spetchley are amongst the finest in the country. Set in lovely countryside 3 miles east of Worcester on the A422 they extend over 30 acres.
Stanway House and Fountain
Stanway House, an outstandingly beautiful example of a Jacobean manor house is situated near Winchcombe in the glorious Gloucestershire countryside and is now the setting for a 300ft single jet gravity fountain - the tallest fountain in Britain.
Stanway Water Garden
One of the finest 18th century water gardens, restored in 1998, Stanway lies beneath the 700 foot high Cotswold escarpment. Its grand formal Canal, with 165 foot high fountain , stands on a great grass terrace overlooking the Jacobean manor house.
Stone House Cottage Gardens
Stone House Cottage Gardens is a one acre walled plantsman's garden with towers. A huge range of unusual plants grown - many for sale in the adjoining nursery. Climbing plants are a speciality.
Stowe Landscape Gardens
One of the first and finest Georgian landscape gardens in Britain, Stowe has over 30 arches and temples mirrored in the waters of lakes or silhouetted against the sky. The garden and park were created by the Temple family during a two hundred year period.
Upton House & Gardens
Upton House is a late seventeenth century house, built of the mellow local stone, which was remodelled by Walter Samuel, 2nd Viscount Bearstead, after his purchase of the property in 1927.
Walcot Hall
Walcot Hall dates back to Tudor times, the original Elizabethan facade being gabled. In 1763, Lord Clive of India commissioned Sir William Chambers, leading architect of the time to redesign the house.
Westbury Court Garden
Westbury Court Garden offers a little touch of the Netherlands in the heart of Gloucestershire.
Weston Park
Visit Weston Park, set in the spectacular Shropshire countryside, and you will marvel at the beautiful Seventeenth Century House and the splendour of the 1,000 acre Parkland in which it rests.
Westonbirt The National Arboretum
Westonbirt - The National Arboretum, in the South Cotswolds, is one of the most magical and important tree gardens in the world. With over 600 acres of picturesque historic landscape
Whitley Court
Although Whitley Court is merely a shell of its former magnificence, the impressive scale of the Grade I listed hall and the magnificently restored Grade II listed gardens make this a superb place to visit.

Wightwick Manor and Gardens
This fascinating house contains one of the finest collections of William Morris and the Arts and Crafts Movement. Visitors can explore this Victorian masterpiece with its Great Parlour and timber-framed exterior.
Woburn Abbey
Experience living history at Woburn Abbey, home to the Dukes of Bedford for over 300 years and still home to the 15th Duke and his family today.
Wye Valley Shipley Gardens
Shipley Gardens surround a 17th Century Wye Valley homestead standing upon the site of previous dwellings that since Roman times have administered the adjacent ford and former ferry.

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