Gardens in the Cotswolds
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There are many fine Cotswolds gardens, one of the National Trust’s most famous gardens – Hidcote Manor Garden is to be found here in the Cotswolds, but there are plenty of others to see whilst you’re here, ranging from the very well known to some that only open for just a few days a year.
Hidcote Manor Garden – One of England’s great gardens created as a series of rooms over a period of 41 years this was the first National Trust property acquired because of its garden.
Rococo Gardens – Famous for its display of snowdrops this garden lies just outside the beautiful town of Painswick.
Westbury Court Garden – A fine example of a Dutch water garden
Sezincote House and Garden – With pools and waterfalls and a grotto se to the backdrop of a house designed in the style of Rajastahn it’s easy to feel away from the rat race.
National Garden Scheme – Allows you to find which gardens are open near to you when you are visiting the area. You'll need the postcode of the property to use this facility.