Cotswold Garden Tour

Kiftsgate garden overlooking the pool
Hidcote Garden red border
Hidcote garden
Hidcote garden
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Kiftsgate garden overlooking the pool
Hidcote Garden red border
Hidcote garden
Hidcote garden
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Cotswold Garden Tour

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This tour is only available to guests staying 7 nights or longer.
Day 1 .To keep driving times reasonable this tour requires an overnight stay*.

*Guests are expected to pay for their overnight accommodation (approx. £80 for a double room) and evening meal (approx. £15-25)

Day 1
Your  first stop of the day on this garden tour is at The Courts Garden, owned by the National Trust. The garden  is an example of the English style at its best, full of charm and variety. A stop for lunch next in the National Trust village of Lacock where you will find a variety of pubs and quaint tea-rooms to choose from. In the afternoon we travel a little further North to the picturesque town of Malmesbury and the garden at Abbey House. A tremendous garden with a wide variety of planting styles, thousands of roses,  herb garden, river and bog gardens all in a wonderful setting next to the Abbey - it is one of my favourites. To finish the day we take you for a stroll around the town of Cirencester, a Roman town that was in it’s day only second only to London in size. Overnight accommodation is in the Cirencester area*.
Day 2
The first garden on your second day in the Cotswolds is Hidcote Manor Garden, one of England’s greatest gardens. Arranged in a series of rooms, each with with it’s own character and separated by hedges of many species. Just a short distance form Hidcote your next garden is Kiftsgate Court Gardens, the creation of three generations of women gardeners and the home of the Kiftsgate rose, the largest rose in the United kingdom at almost 60ft high! Perched on the edge of the Cotswolds it also has wonderful views to the West.
Depending on how much time you would like to spend in each garden it may be possible to visit other gardens in the area such as Snowshill, Mill Dene, Bourton House Garden  before it is time to head back to Church House. (This will also depend on individual garden opening days and times.) 

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