Rousham, Oxfordshire

The most wonderful and unique garden awaits in Oxfordshire, as long as you are not looking for a tea room, 'visitor experience', or adventure playground! Rousham, built in 1635 by Sir Robert Dormer sits squarely within its garden and grounds, designed by William Kent (an early pioneer of 'The New English Style' of landscaping) in... Continue Reading →

Wakehurst, Sussex

Wakehurst is a pleasingly placed botanic garden, situated only a few miles from Gatwick and easily accessible from the M23.  Visiting gardens in winter usually means fewer crowds but on this bright February day there were a huge number of families and visitors enjoying the space and freedom that Wakehurst provides. Owned by the National... Continue Reading →

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