Kelmscott Manor Garden

Kelmscott Manor Gardens, near Lechlade

Kelmscott Manor was the home of William Morris famous for his textile designs.

Before venturing out into the small garden at Kelmscott Manor, near Lechlade take time to read the Garden leaflet which gives it history. This will make your visit more enjoyable.
William Morris loved this garden which has been recreated using many of the plants which he loved and from which many of his designs came.
The mulberry garden is dominated by the original tree which was there in 1921. This leads to a small orchard with varieties of Victorian apples. The lashed fencing has been copied from original photos.
The garden is worth visiting if combined with a visit to the Manor which house many of William Morris's designs. It also houses some of his furnitue and paintings and was used as a summer house.

Kelmscott Manor 2018 - normally open from early April - For opening days & times see website. Tearoom, shop.  Partial disabled access.


  • Street: Kelmscott Manor, Kelmscott
  • Postcode: GL7 3HJ
  • City: Lechade
  • County: Gloucestershire


  • Telephone: 01367 252486
  • E-Mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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