Misarden Park Gardens
This lovely, unspoilt garden, positioned high on the Wolds and commanding spectacular views across the former deer park to extensive woodland beyond, was created in the seventeenth century and still retains a wonderful sense of timeless peace and tranquillity.
Much of the original garden is found within ancient Cotswold-stone walls, which are at one point completely engulfed by the Tolkien-like roots of a remarkable sycamore tree. Extensive yew hedging bisects the garden and creates a notable yew walk in the process. To one side of the walk a parterre, with a sundial at its centre, is planted with a selection of potentilla, lavender and allium. The predominate colours of silver, grey, blue and pink contrast well with a rose-clad arbour alongside, which provides welcome shade in high summer.
Perhaps the finest features in the garden are two double mixed borders which have undergone a total replant in recent years and now contain a wide range of roses, clematis, shrubs and herbaceous plantings, all arranged in individual colour sections and cleverly designed to provide flower and interest from spring until autumn.
The Arboretum on the bank on the south side of the Garden has been spectacular this Autumn.
Opening Times: lst April – 27th October. Please see web site for further information.
Admission Rates: Adults £6.00, Child Free
Group Rates: Minimum group size: 20
Adults £5.50, Child Free
Tea/Coffee for organised groups by arrangement.
Facilities: Nurseries Adjacent.
Disabled Access: Limited. Parking for disabled on site.
Coach Parking: Yes
Length of Visit: 1 1/2 hours
Booking Contact: Estate Office
Misarden Park, Miserden, Stroud, Glos, GL6 7JA
Tel No: 01285 821303 Fax: 01285 821530
Location: Follow signs to Miserden from A417 or from B4070.