Sezincote House Gardens
This garden at Sezincote surrounds a fine house built to encompass Indian character in 1810. It is reminiscent of the Brighton Dome.
At Sezincote House and Garden the Indian influence is seen in the drive that goes over an Indian Bridge with statues of bulls. The extensive Water Garden features includes an Indian Bridge (designed by Thomas Daniell) a temple pool, canal, stream bordered with bog loving plants.
More formal gardens to the side of the house with elephant statues. Past this and up the hill a new wild flower meadow has been established.
Fine trees include copper beeches, cedars, limes and yews with many unusual shrubs. This is our Autumn secret, the tints are marvellous and great for photos. It is also fairly quiet and away from the crowds
Many architectural items give these gardens a distinctive feel.
Take time to see inside the House which is superb.
Who designed the Gardens at Sezincote House - possibly Thomas Daniell perhaps with the help of Humphrey Repton the famous Landscape Designer.
Sezincote House Opening Times - see latest information by visiting website.
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- Street: Sezincote
- Postcode: GL56 9AW
- City: Moreton in Marsh
- County: Gloucestershire
- Country: United Kingdom
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