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Re Opening 25th June 2020Kilver Court Gardens in Somerset, is the visionary design influences of Mulberry founder Roger Saul which is now seen at his Kilver Court gardens in Somerset. His unique planting schemes using colour and texture are evident in his newly redesigned 100m colourist herbaceous border, formal parterre and subtropical island.
The quintessential English cottage garden created by the celebrated 20th-century plantswoman and gardening writer Margery Fish and made famous through her many books. It is a unique garden of great beauty and charm with noted collections of snowdrops, hellebores and geraniums and an excellent specialist plant nursery, café and gallery.
Re Opening to the Public 17th June. Hestercombe near Taunton, Somerset is a unique collection of three historic gardens spanning three centuries of garden design.
Hadspen House, built around 1690, captures the essence of a Georgian country home.
Opening to the Public on the 15th June In the green heart of Somerset, a retail retreat unfolds…
Barrington Court, located in the stunning south Somerset countryside, is a charming Tudor manor house complimented beautifully with Gertrude Jekyll-inspired gardens, apple orchards and a working kitchen garden.
Montacute House is a masterpiece of Elizabethan Renaissance architecture and design
The Fleet Air Arm Musuem in Yeovilton Somerset is as much an ‘attraction’ as it is a ‘museum’, the Fleet Air Arm Museum, Somerset is where Museum meets theatre.
Discover an enormous range of willow baskets made by our team of skilled craftsmen and women using our own home-grown willow.
Built in 1610 following on Act introduced by King James I, which stated that all counties had to have their own ‘House of Correction’; Shepton Mallet was the oldest working prison in the United Kingdom...