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Crowe Hall

Crowe hall is a Georgian house in the district of widcombe, bath, Somerset, England. It is an architectural monument of the second category, and the gardens are on the register of historic parks and gardens of special historic interest in England ...

                                               

Dunster Castle

The Dunster castle is a former Motte and Bailey castle, now a country house, in the village of Dunster, Somerset, England. The castle is located on top of a steep hill called the tor, and was fortified since the late Anglo-Saxon period. After the ...

                                               

Hazlegrove House

Hazelgrove house is a substantial building of the 17th century and grade II category, situated in the parish of Queen camel, near Sparkford, Somerset, England. It was largely rebuilt, Mildmay Carew in 1730. After it was used as a hospital during ...

                                               

Marston Bigot Park

Marston bigot Park encompasses approximately 222 hectares and includes Marston house, Marston pond and the remains of the medieval shrunken village of lower Marston. It is in the village bigot Marston in the English County of Somerset, England. T ...

                                               

Milton Lodge

Milton Lodge is a house and garden overlooking the city of wells in the English County of Somerset. Terraced garden, which was founded in the early 20th century, listed grade II on register of historic parks and gardens of special historic intere ...

                                               

Newton Surmaville

Newton Surmaville is a majestic house with a garden and Park to the South of Yeovil, Somerset, in the district of South Somerset, in England. It is located near the town in the parish of Barwick.

                                               

Nynehead Court

The building was built in the late 14th century with major additions in 1675 and the 18th century. It was occupied by the family Fluri 1068 - 1318, family 1318-1599 de Wyke and Sanford families 1599 - CA. 1902. Sanford Edward Ayshford was MP for ...

                                               

St Audries Park

St Audries Park manor house at West Quantoxhead in the quantocks Somerset, England, was the manor house of the family of Acland. It was rebuilt on the site of an earlier house, between 1835 and 1870 and has a number of owners since sir Alexander ...

                                               

Sheffield Botanical Gardens

Sheffield Botanical garden the Botanical Garden is situated near Ecclesall road in Sheffield, England, with 5.000 species of plant in 19 acres of land. The gardens were designed by Robert Marnock and first opened in 1836. The most notable feature ...

                                               

Stapenhill Gardens

Stapenhill gardens is a Park in the Stapenhill area of Burton-on-Trent, England. It mainly consists of the former place Stapenhill house, which was donated to the city in 1933, forest, lawn, wild flower meadows and the official acreage for 1.250- ...

                                               

Whitmore Hall

Whitmore hall is home of the Cavenagh- Mannering family at Whitmore, Staffordshire. Grade I listed building, the hall was designated a house of outstanding architectural and historical interest and is a fine example of a small Carolean mansion style.

                                               

Henham Park

Henham Park is located in the historic 4.200 acres of land in the parish of Blythburgh, situated just to the North of the village of Blythburgh in Suffolk, England, and at the intersection of the A12 and A145 main roads. It was historically the s ...

                                               

Chilworth Manor, Surrey

Chilworth Manor is a historic country house situated halfway between the Chilworth, Surrey, and St. Marthas hill to the North. The estate is situated in historical England.

                                               

Guildford Castle

Guildford is located in Guildford, Surrey, England. It is believed to have been built shortly after the 1066 invasion of England by William the Conqueror.

                                               

Hatchford

Hatchford is a hamlet in the English County of Surrey close to the town of Cobham, it has traditionally included in the adjacent village signs green.

                                               

Loseley Park

The Park was loosly big house, Tudor manor, with later additions and alterations 3 miles South-West from Guildford, Surrey, England, in Artington close to the village of Littleton. The estate was acquired by direct ancestors of the current owners ...

                                               

Polesden Lacey

Polesden Lacey, an Edwardian house and estate, situated on the North downs in great Buchemi, near Dorking, Surrey, England. It is owned and operated by the National trust and one of trusts most popular properties. This Regency house was expanded ...

                                               

Arbury Hall

Arbury hall is a monument of a country house in Nuneaton in Warwickshire, England, and the ancestral home of the Newdigate family, later the Newdigate-Newdegate and Fitzroy-Newdegate families. Hall built on the site of the former Arbury Priory in ...

                                               

Chedhams Yard

Chedhams yard-a collection of workshops, the garden and the visitor center is located in Wellesbourne, Warwickshire, England. The website became the winner of restoration competition village bi-Bi-si in 2006. The construction permit was issued in ...

                                               

Hill Close Gardens, Warwick

Hill close gardens is a group of 18 surviving Victorian garden on a hillside in Warwick, Warwickshire, England. They were created in the 19th century on the hillside overlooking the Warwick Racecourse to provide gardens for the owners of houses t ...

                                               

Middleton Hall, Warwickshire

Middleton hall is a grade II* listed building, built in the middle ages. It is located in the North Warwickshire district of the County of Warwickshire in England, South of Fazeley and Tamworth and on the opposite side of the a4091 road to Middle ...

                                               

Castle Bromwich Hall Gardens

Castle Bromwich Hall gardens is situated next to Western side Bromwich Hall castle, a mansion in the style of a Jacobean. Theyre in the old centre of castle Bromwich, a large village in the Metropolitan area of Solihull of the English West Midlands.

                                               

The Leasowes

In Leasowes is a 57 hectare in halesowen, historically in the County of Shropshire, England, including the house and gardens. The Park is listed grade I on the English heritage register of parks and gardens and the home of the Halesowen Golf club ...

                                               

Nymans

English Nymans garden, East of the village of Handcross and the parish of Slaugham in West Sussex, England. The garden has been developed since the late 19th century, three generations of the Messel family, and was brought to the notice of the Le ...

                                               

Sennicotts

Sennicotts is a small estate near Chichester, West Sussex, England, formed in 1809 by Charles Baker retired after serving in Madras, with the British East India company. In the following years he built a house, an outbuilding and a chapel. Charle ...

                                               

Shibden Hall

Shibden Hall is a grade II* historic building located in a public Park at Shibden, West Yorkshire, England. The building was extensively altered from its original design by generations of residents, although its Tudor half-timbered facade remains ...

                                               

Abbey House Gardens

Abbey House Gardens is a country house garden in Malmesbury, Wiltshire, England, covering 5 acres. Private gardens but not the house itself – open to the public seven days a week from late March to late October. This is one of the main tourist at ...

                                               

Gardens in Aberdeenshire

                                               

Gardens in Angus

                                               

Gardens in Argyll and Bute

                                               

Gardens in Clackmannanshire

                                               

Gardens in Dumfries and Galloway

                                               

Gardens in East Ayrshire

                                               

Gardens in East Lothian

                                               

Gardens in East Renfrewshire

                                               

Gardens in Falkirk (council area)

                                               

Gardens in Fife

                                               

Gardens in Highland (council area)

                                               

Gardens in Midlothian

                                               

Gardens in Moray

                                               

Gardens in North Ayrshire

                                               

Gardens in North Lanarkshire

                                               

Gardens in Perth and Kinross

                                               

Gardens in South Ayrshire

                                               

Gardens in South Lanarkshire

                                               

Gardens in Stirling (council area)

                                               

Palm Cottage Gardens

Palm gardens, also known as the Henry Nehrling estate, a historic site in Gotha, FL. 7 November 2000 it was added to the U.S. national register of historic places.

                                               

Woodlands Garden

Woodlands garden is an eight acre mostly wooded public garden in DECATUR, Georgia. The mission of the gardens is the conservation of the forest garden as an urban sanctuary to educate and engage the public in the natural world. This public green ...

                                               

Richard and Annette Bloch Cancer Survivors Garden

Richard and Annette Bloch cancer survivors garden was built in 1996 and is 2 ¼ acres of land in the North-Eastern corner of the Park, Maggie Daley. The garden is located in Chicago is one of 24 cancer survivor parks across the country, built by R ...

                                               

Aprils Garden

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