A stunning and varied circular walk that offers spectacular views and the chance to visit one of Cornwall’s leading Sculpture park and gardens.
Take in Oxford Botanic Gardens and then walk through Christ Church Meadow for the complete nature fix.
All over the UK there are beautiful coronation meadows you can visit to contemplate the natural beauty of a wild flower meadow.
If you conjure up an image of a quintessential English house and gardens you’ll imagine something close to Coton Manor House Gardens.
Bodnant gardens really are the jewel in the crown for the National Trust in North Wales.
The Conishead Priory has an interesting history. It was founded in 1160 as a hospital for the poor, and has also been a hotel, a private home, a military hospital aswell as a convalescent home and spa for miners. Since
The view of Rydal Waterfall from the window was described as ‘picturesque’ inspiring many poets and painters such as Turner, Constable, Wordsworth and Coleridge.
When we visited Thyme in Southdrop for a family celebration we were not surprised to learn that the garden had been designed by Bunny Guiness.
Loseley Park garden in Surrey is one of the lesser known gardens in the UK but is really worth a visit.
Charleston farmhouse in East Sussex enjoys a central place in the cultural and artistic history of the twentieth century. It was the home of leading figures of what was known as the Bloomsbury Group.