‘A Welsh Garden with a Dutch History’, Cae Hir is the creation of Dutchman Wil Akkermans who started off with 3 fields of rough farmland in 1983.
One of the finest places to see rhododendrons, magnolias, camellias. Castle open. A great visit.
Although the Gardens at Calke Hall are not extensive this National Trust property is a great day out
Cambo has a lovely walled garden with all year interest at Cambo Gardens. One of our favourite British Gardens and a must visit.
Landscape highlights at Cambridge Botanic Garden include the Winter Garden, the richly-fragranced Scented Garden, the buzzing Bee Borders.
The Gardens at Canons Asby are a great restoration of an 18th century garden
Capel Manor Gardens spans 30 acres and boasts 60 gardens, a zoo, restaurant and a maze!
The Capesthorne Garden surround the Hall with woodland, parkland, and lakes.
Kenneth Cox in his book Scotland for gardeners describes Carolside as ' one of Scotland's finest private gardens
This garden at Castle Drogo is within the grounds of a 20th century castle with magnificent views of the Teign valley.
Castle Fraser is one of the grandest castles of Mar and was built between 1575 and 1636 and is a wonderful place to visit.
Welcome to Castle Hill, a beautiful Palladian house in its wondrous Grade 1 landscape in North Devon.
The Grounds and gardens at Castle Howard have always impressed visitors with their splendour and variety.
Do not miss this great garden at Castle Kennedy . Certainly a must visit.
This romantic and unique garden is the most northerly on our guide and proves that it is possible to make a garden in the most unlikely places.
Cawdor Castle is fortunate to have three gardens.
This secret Cotswold garden at Cerney House, high above the lovely Churn Valley is a very special and friendly place.
Charleston was the home of the Bloomsbury group and its walled garden is quintessentially a painters’ garden
Home of the late Winston Churchill, the garden at Chartwell is set on a hill with magnificent views over the Weald.
Chatsworth House and Gardens. A must visit for everyone!
One of the most famous garden shows in the world held in May each year.
Chenies Manor House is an early-Tudor (15th/16thC) house, brick built with fortified tower with beautiful gardens.
Originally a great 'Anglo-Dutch' garden of canals, park, and formal gardens open during snowdrop season
These gardens at Chirk Castle were created from William Emes' designs from the 18th century.
Beautiful gardens surround the historic Chiswick House
Cholmondeley Castle Gardens is one of Cheshire's Gardens of Distinction. see why!
The Long Garden at Cliveden with its topiary and statuary is really impressive.
Clovelly Court Garden is a classic example of a lovingly restored Victorian walled kitchen garden
Clumber Park is set in over 3,800 acres of parkland, peaceful woods and open heath including a superb Serpentine Lake.
These 19th century landscaped Clyne Gardens of 50 acres were created by the Vivian family who sponsored plant expeditions overseas.