Gardens to visit in South-West England

Discover beautiful gardens to visit in South-West England, included in our 2-for-1 Gardens offer.
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Hestercombe Gardens
Join Anya Rowe as she explores the enchanting Hestercombe Gardens. Hestercombe spans 50 acres and three centuries of garden history, and the Edwardian formal garden is one of the finest examples of collaboration between Gertrude Jekyll and Sir Edwin Lutyens. You can explore lakes, cascades, temples and even grottoes! 😍🌸
Tyntesfield, North Somerset
Join Anya Rowe as she explores the captivating grounds of Tyntesfield. If, like Anya, you'd like to enjoy 2-for-1 entry at 400 gardens across the UK and Ireland, including Tyntesfield, you can pick up a copy of the May issue and 2-for-1 Gardens card and guide. Tyntesfield remains relatively unchanged since the 1900s and the garden ranges from colourful formal terraces to large open lawns, as well as an arboretum with many champion trees and a restored orangery with cut-flower beds. 🌸
Bowood Woodland
Join Anya Rowe as she explores the beautiful Bowood Woodland Garden. Visit now to be enchanted by the spectacular flowering displays of this 30-acre woodland, filled with magnolias, azaleas, rhododendrons and bluebells. 🌸🌳 📍Bowood Woodland, Wiltshire
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there is a set of stairs going up to the top of this hill with plants growing on it
Fast Rabbit Farm Garden
Nestled in two adjoining valleys, this 43-acre garden features a lake, ponds, waterfalls, a rockery, stream and river, plus wildflowers in abundance.
an aerial view of a large house surrounded by trees
Athelhampton House & Gardens
These Grade I listed gardens, which date from the late 19th century, are full of variety and interest. Formal elements include clipped topiary pyramids, pools, fountains and vistas, as well as vibrant borders with tulips, roses and lilies.
the garden is full of colorful flowers and greenery, with trees in the background
Abbotsbury Subtropical Gardens
Rare and exotic plants thrive in this sheltered wooded valley. Camellias, magnolias, rhododendrons and hydrangeas create vibrant displays, while the formal walled gardens overflow with subtropical colour.
the garden is full of flowers and plants
Miserden Garden
In the heart of the Cotswold countryside and dating from the 17th century, this tranquil walled garden has a timelessly beauty. Borders of roses, clematis, shrubs and herbaceous plants overflow with colour from spring to autumn.
a gazebo in the middle of a pond surrounded by trees with red leaves on it
The Japanese Garden
Hidden away in the Cornish countryside, The Japanese Garden near Newquay is a contemplative haven offering an incredible array of year-round colour, with magnificent cherry blossoms in early spring and autumnal displays of deep-red Japanese maples.
the sun shines brightly over a small river running through a lush green park area
Le Grand Dixcart
Cultivated for beauty, wildlife and food, these two-acre gardens were first established in 1565 and are divided into five distinct areas.
some purple flowers are growing in the woods
Greencombe Gardens
Beneath the canopy of oaks, sweet chestnuts, hollies and conifers is a colourful array of camellias, azaleas, rhododendrons, maples, lilies, roses, clematis and hydrangeas.
a house in the middle of a lush green field with trees and bushes around it
Larmer Tree Gardens
Radiating from the main lawn are wide laurel-hedged rides that lead you into the woodland.
a bench sitting in the middle of a garden surrounded by hedges and bushes with flowers on each side
Kilver Court Gardens
Created more than 150 years ago, this 3.5 acre garden offers tranquil autumn and winter beauty. Enjoy the colourful foliage as autumn progresses, reflected in the lake.
the garden is full of many different types of flowers and plants, including lavenders
Iford Manor Gardens
Relax amid the classical beauty of this Grade I Italianate-style garden, designed by Edwardian architect Harold Peto, who lived in the manor house.
the forest is full of trees and ferns
Trewidden Garden
Trewidden Garden is a beautiful example of how rare and exotic plants can thrive in the temperate Cornish climate. Follow the maze of meandering paths through this tranquil 15-acre garden to see exotic and rare plants that thrive in the mild climate.