The Original Garden Visitor's Guide

Bourton House Garden

An award-winning three acre garden with a tranquil atmosphere and inspirational planting, set within beautiful Cotswold countryside.

The garden surrounds a fine 18th century Manor House and Grade I listed 16th century Tithe Barn and features magnificent wide herbaceous borders, imaginative topiary, a serene White Garden, spring-fed water features, unique Shade House and many creatively planted pots. Head Gardener Paul Nicholls is responsible for the planting schemes; his use of tender, rare and exotic plants coupled with an imaginative colour palette will excite both the dedicated plantsman and the garden enthusiast. A firm favourite with group organisers from all over the world, Bourton House Garden is a delight to visit at any time of year but is absolutely glorious in the summer months. In 2013, a new walk was opened in the seven acre pasture opposite the garden. A guide to the groups of specimen trees visited on the walk is available to all garden visitors.

In 2006, Bourton House Garden won the prestigious HHA/ Christie's 'Garden of the Year' award and in 2013 won Cotswolds Tourism's silver award for 'Small Visitor Attraction of the Year'.

Fact File

Opening Times: April to October, Tuesday to Friday, 10am-5pm, closed Easter & Bank Holidays
Admission Rates: Adult £7.00, Children under 16 Free
Group Rates: April to October, Monday to Friday (but advance booking essential)
Adult £6.00 (tour leader free)
Facilities: Light refreshments and home-made cakes in the Tithe Barn from May to September.
Disabled Access: Limited access for wheelchairs – 70%
Tours/Events: Please see website for details
Coach Parking: Yes
Length of Visit: 11/2 hours
Booking Contact: Christine Walford
Bourton House Garden, Bourton-on-the-Hill, Gloucestershire, GL56 9AE
Email: admin@bourtonhouse.com
Website: www.bourtonhouse.com
Location: 2 miles west of Moreton-in-Marsh on the A44

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