Miserden Garden, near Cirencester
The Garden at Miserden is a lovely 12 acre garden set around 17th century Manor house - not open.
The Garden at Miserden is in a stunning situation 700 feet above sea level at head of Golden Valley.
There is a beautiful Spring Walk with naturalised bulbs and flowering trees. See great displays of tulips from mid April and a wonderful wisteria ( end of April ) which cloaks the front of the House.
The formal gardens look beautiful in summer with large herbaceous borders, rill and fountain.
Fine topiary avenue which takes you down to the House with more formal areas either side.
All in all a really good way to spend your time. Neighbouring plant nursery with good selection of plants. The Garden Cafe, situated in the Nursery, serves delicious coffee, tea and homemade cakes.
Now open in Winter see website for details.
This is just one of many gardens that we feature in the Cotswolds with others close by, make sure you visit our Cotswolds Garden page.
If you are an overseas visitor we have some great guided tours of the most beautiful gardens with lots of departure points throughout the UK - take a look!
2020 Opening times Miserden
Spring & Summer Tuesday – Sunday, 10.00am - 5.00pm. For winter opening dates please visit www.miserden.org/garden.
Entry charge: ₤ 7.50 per adult, Children free. Unfortunately no dogs (other than guide dogs). For further information please contact the Miserden Estate Office, 01285 821303
- Street: Miserden
- Postcode: GL6 7JA
- City: Stroud
- County: Gloucestershire
- Telephone: 01285 821303
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