Aberdour Castle is one of the oldest in Scotland with the original house being built in the 12th Century.
Aberglasney was made famous by the BBC television series ‘A Garden Lost in Time’ which followed its restoration.
Bodrhyddan has been the home of the Conwy family since the early 15th century.
The beautiful Bonython Estate Gardens covering 20 acresnear Helston have been created by Susan Nathan and are really worth visiting
This moated fortified historic castle is near Banbury and whilst the gardens are not extensive this is a great day out.
Kenneth Cox in his book Scotland for gardeners describes Carolside as ' one of Scotlands finest private gardens
Castle Fraser is one of the grandest castles of Mar and was built between 1575 and 1636 and is a wonderful place to visit.
Cawdor Castle is fortunate to have three gardens.
Charleston was the home of the Bloomsbury group and its walled garden is quintessentially a painters’ garden
Explore the beautiful Colby Woodland Garden set in a tranquil and secluded valley with one of the finest Rhododendron and Azalea collections in Wales.
Crathes Castle and Gardens are a real jewel of a place. The castle, gardens and setting combine to stunning effect.
The walled garden at Dunninald Castle is planted with traditional mixed borders, vegetables, fruit trees and greenhouse.
Felbrigg Hall, beautiful house and garden in Norfolk
Felbrigg Hall is a wonderful 17th century Jacobean House with beautiful Walled Garden near Cromer, administered by the National Trust.
Glamis Castle, Forfar was the childhood home of the late Queen Mother and birthplace of Princess Margaret
Hidden away a few miles from Taunton are 50 acres of parkland boasting beautiful formal gardens and 3 centuries of garden history.
The gardens of Kelmarsh Hall Estate are essentially 20th century in origin and design and are largely attributable to Nancy Lancaster.
Restored back from obscurity - The Lost Gardens of Heligan are one of Britain's finest restorations.
Mottisfont Abbey Gardens are set in the delightful Test Valley, where the River Test the famous trout river follows its journey to the sea.
An inspired contemporary garden in Yorkshire , newly planted in the 4½ acre 18th Century walled garden at Scampston and opened to the public for the first time in 2004.
The walled garden at Seaforde most probably dates from the early eighteenth century. The exact age of the walled garden is unknown but it is recorded in an estate map of 1750.
Somerleyton Hall in Suffolk one of Britain's finest stately homes and gardens
These gardens and grounds at Wallington Hall date from the 1700s by Sir Walter Blackett with help from Lancelot 'Capability' Brown who attended school in the estate village.
The gardens at Weston Park are a good example of an 18th century landscape garden where Capability Brown once worked.
Wimpole Hall is set in a classical 18th century landscape.
Wrest Park is one of the most magnificent gardens in England, but one of the least well known.