Gardens in South East England.

Basildon Park
This beautiful Palladian mansion was built in 1776-83. The interior is notable for its original delicate plasterwork and elegant staircase, as well as the unusual Octagon Room.
Bedgebury National Pinetum and Forest
Open all year, Bedgebury is the perfect place to walk, cycle, ride or play in a spectacular world of trees.
Belmont House and Garden
The unique Georgian house of Belmont, set in beautiful gardens and surrounded by classical English country parkland, commands stunning views of the rolling Kent countryside.
Bentley Wildfowl & Motor Museum
The renowned waterfowl collection was started by the late Gerald Askew in the 1960's and soon became the largest private collection in the UK.
Borde Hill Garden
The Stephenson Clarke family moved to Sussex in the 1840's and Stephenson R Clarke purchased Borde Hill in 1893. About 1912 his passion for collecting trees and shrubs began by financing expeditions to the Himalayas and China.
Bowood House & Gardens
People come again and again to rediscover the enchantment of Bowood - a family stately home embracing a whole world of fascination in the splendour of a bygone age.
Buscot Park and the Faringdon Collection
Buscot Park was built by Edward Loveden Townsend in the 1770's. The house is a dignified example of late 18th-century taste for Italianate country houses.
Charleston
In 1916 the artists Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant moved to Sussex with their unconventional household. From the moment they arrived they began to transform the house with decorations.
Cliveden
This spectacular estate overlooking the River Thames has a series of charismatic gardens featuring topiary, statuary, water gardens, a formal parterre and woodland and riverside walks with magnificent vistas.
Compton Acres
Compton Acres invites you to escape to a different world. Twelve individual gardens in one, set in ten acres with spectacular views over Poole Harbour, Brownsea Island and the Purbeck Hills.
Denmans Garden
The unique 20th century garden, jointly owned by renowned garden designer and author John Brookes MBE and Mr Michael Neve, is beautifully planted for all year interest
Doddington Place Gardens
The lovely landscaped gardens are set in the grounds of an imposing Victorian mansion and cover ten acres.
Dorney Court
Dorney Court has been the home of the Palmer family for more than 450 years, passing from father to son through thirteen generations. It is a Grade 1 listed building.
Edmondsham House and Gardens
Edmonsham House is a fine Tudor Manor House with Georgian additions, which has remained within the ownership of the same family since the sixteenth Century.
Emmetts Garden
This charming and informal garden at the highest point in Kent was laid out in the late 19th Century., with many exotic and rare trees and shrubs from across the world.
Exbury Gardens & Steam Railway
A visit to Exbury is unforgettable. Created by Lionel de Rothschild in the 1920s, the Gardens are a stunning vision of his inspiration, offering 200 acres of natural beauty and horticultural variety.
Finchcocks
Finchcocks is a fine early Georgian manor in a beautiful unspoilt setting which houses a magnificent collection of some ninety historical keyboard instruments.
Furzey Gardens
These informal gardens were first planted in 1922 and are renowned for their all year round beauty.
Great Comp Garden
Set in the heart of the Garden of England and surrounding a 17th century house, Great Comp Garden is the delightful creation of Roderick and Joy Cameron, their having moved to Great Comp in 1957.
Greys Court
Greys Court is a picturesque and intriguing house, originally 14th-century, with a beautiful courtyard and a tower surviving from 1347. It was later involved with Jacobean court intrigue.
Groombridge Place Gardens and the Enchanted Forest
Welcome to Groombridge, a beautiful wealden valley with an incredible 700 year old history.
Hatchlands Park
Built in 1758 for Admiral Edward Boscawen and set in a beautiful Repton Park offering a variety of park and woodland walks, Hatchlands contains splendid interiors by Robert Adam, decorated in appropriately nautical style.
Hatfield House
Celebrated Jacobean House and Tudor Old Palace steeped in Elizabethan and Victorian political history in a spectacular countryside setting. Built in 1607 and home of the Cecil family for 400 years.
High Beeches Gardens
Enjoy twenty acres of enchanting, landscaped, woodland and water gardens.
Hinton Ampner Garden
Hinton Ampner is one of the great gardens of the 20th-century. It is a masterpiece of design by Ralph Dutton, 8th and last Lord Sherborne, uniting a formal layout with varied and informal plantings in pastel shades.
Hole Park Gardens
Hole Park Gardens are situated on the edge of the picturesque Weald village of Rolvenden. A family owned estate Hole Park has been owned by the Barham family for the past four generations.
Hollygate Cactus Garden and Nursery
This unique collection of over 30,000 plants has been built up over the years and is well known throughout the world. It features many rare plants from the more arid areas of the world such as USA, Mexico, South America, Africa etc.
Hughenden Manor
Hughenden Manor was the home of Victorian prime minister and statesman Benjamin Disraeli from 1848 until his death in 1881. Most of his furniture, books and pictures remain in this, his private retreat.
Kingston Lacy
Kingston Lacy is a magnificent mansion with important collections, set in attractive formal gardens and parkland.
Knebworth House
The Lytton family have lived at Knebworth for 500 years. Queen Elizabeth 1 stayed here, Charles Dickens acted in private theatricals in the House and Winston Churchill's painting of the Banqueting Hall hangs in the room where he painted it.
Knoll Gardens
Hidden away in a quiet corner of east Dorset is the garden of internationally acclaimed plantsman Neil Lucas.Strolling around this secluded four-acre garden you'll discover rare and unusual trees and shrubs
Leonardslee Lakes and Gardens
Leonardslee is internationally famous for its wonderful display of Rhododendron and Azaleas. In May the gardens are considered to be one of the most magnificent gardens in Europe.
Loseley Park
Built in 1562 by Sir William Moore, a fine example of Elizabethan architecture, set amid beautiful parkland grazed by the Loseley Jersey herd.
Marle Place Garden and Gallery
Marle Place is a peaceful, privately owned garden with ten acres of formal planting and many more acres of woodland and orchard.
Mottisfont Abbey Garden, House and Estate
This 12th-century Augustinian priory was converted into a private house after the Dissolution and still retains the spring or "font" from which its name is derived. The abbey contains a drawing-room decorated by Rex Whistler.
Mottistone Manor Garden
Mottistone Manor features a garden noted for its colourful herbaceous borders, grassy terraces planted with fruit trees and sea views.
Nymans Gardens
Nymans is a garden for true gardening enthusiasts. It successfully combines the horticultural attributes of a plant collector's garden with a clear design which is easy on the eye.
Pashley Manor Gardens
'One of the finest Gardens in England' Pashley offers a sumptuous blend of romantic landscaping, imaginative plantings and fine old trees, fountains, springs and large ponds with interest and colour throughout the year.
Penshurst Place & Gardens
Penshurst Place is one of England's finest historic houses set in the Weald of Kent's peaceful rural landscape.
Pines Garden and The Pines Calyx
The Museum has a wealth of local and maritime interest and an exhibition of Noel Coward who was once a celebrated resident of St. Margaret's in the early 1950's.
Port Lympne The Aspinall Wild Animal Experience
Port Lympne Wild Animal Park, in Kent, is a 500 acre safari adventure.
Powell-Cotton Museum
The Park, gardens and woodlands provide an attractive and tranquil backdrop to Quex House, one of Kent's finest Regency houses, and the Powell-Cotton Museum a vast collection of treasures gathered on twenty-eight expeditions to Africa and Asia.
RHS Garden Hyde Hall
Nestled in the heart of rural Essex, Hyde Hall is an oasis of peace and tranquillity providing somewhere to watch the changing seasons and get closer to nature.
RHS Garden Wisley
With stunning and facinating orchids in the Glasshouse in Spring time to the ever popular Flower Show and the very much enjoyed A Taste of Autumn, everyone can come and enjoy an event at Wisley.
Royal National Rose Garden
The new Gardens of the Rose were designed for the Royal National Rose Society by Michael Balston and built by Adam Frost Landscapes (both Gold Medal Winners at the Chelsea Flower Show).
Sheffield Park and Garden
Sheffield Park may be one National Trust property that cricket lovers will really want to visit. It was the site of the first England v. Australia cricket match in 1884.
Sissinghurst Castle Garden
Sissinghurst Gardens in Kent was the creation of author Vita Sackville-West and her husband, Harold Nicolson, MP, in the 1930's. Vita inherited Sissinghurst Castle in the 1930s.
Squerryes Court
Experience the warm welcome of this beautiful 17th Century manor house, still lived in by the descendants of John Warde who purchased Squerryes from the Earl of Jersey in 1731.
Staunton Country Park
At Staunton Country Park there is something for all the family, including farm, follies and fabulous glasshouses.
Stonor
Stonor has been the home of Lord and Lady Camoys and the Stonor family for over eight hundred years. It is set the beautiful Chiltern Hills with commanding views of the surrounding deer park.
Swiss Garden
A visit to the Swiss Garden takes you back to the early 19th century, when an interest in ornamental gardening and picturesque architecture were first combined.
The Vyne
Step into another world when you visit this richly historic house in a glorious, unspoilt setting, and discover a wealth of rare treasures and domestic features.
Waddesdon Manor
Waddesdon manor was built between 1874 and 1889 in the style of a 16th-century French chateau for Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild to entertain his guests and display his vast collection of art treasures.
Wakehurst Place
As well as having an exceptionally fine Elizabethan house, Wakehurst Place has some spectacular gardens which are actually managed by the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
West Dean Gardens
A visit to West Dean Gardens is the perfect day out for all the family.
West Wycombe Park
The West Wycombe Park house is one of the most theatrical and Italianate mid-18th-century buildings in England with facades designed as classical temples.
Wilton House
Wilton house, 450 year old home to the Earl of Pembroke, provides a fascinating insight into British history.
Wimpole Hall, Garden and Park
Wimpole Hall, set in rolling parkland and woodland, is part of the 2,500 acre Wimpole Estate. The Hall is a magnificent country house, mainly eighteenth century in style.
Winkworth Arboretum
Winkworth Arboretum is the happy result of one man's passion for trees and his desire to share his collection with the nation through The National Trust.

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