Beautiful Gardens of North Devon

3rd July 2017

There is much to see & lots to explore, here you will find a selection of whats on offer.

 

 

Broomhill Sculpure Gardens

An eclectic collection of over 300 sculptures sited on 15 acres of magnificent wild woodland valley and beautifully cultivated gardens. The sculptures are carefully placed within their natural environment to ensure the best display and appreciation. There is something for every taste; from abstract to figurative the sculptures evoke strong emotional responses and inspire future generations. The landscape itself is a work of art, with secret pathways and steps, exploring the gardens is a journey of discovery. The gardens and woodland are bursting with wildlife too!

Tapely Park Gardens

The Gardens at Tapeley Park are a magical balance of nature and nurture. From the formal terraces to the natural grace of the Lake, it feeds the spirit and cleanses the heart of all who see it and experience its beauty. The Terraces are one of Tapeley Park's oldest and best known features. Hand dug, the south facing walls and sheltered borders created by the terracing are full of semi-tropical and tender flowers rarely seen in the UK

Marwood Hill Gardens

                        

This award winning private twenty acre garden is set in a valley tucked away in the North Devon countryside. Marwood has featured on many gardening programmes over the years and is enjoyed by visitors of all ages looking for inspiration relaxation or a just a great day out for the family and well behaved dogs on leads are welcome too.

Castle Hill Gardens

                        

Exceptional 50 acre family friendly garden surrounding magnificent Palladian house including Lavender edged herbaceous borders and a water sculpture woodland walks with Daffodils Bluebells Camellias Magnolias Azaleas Eucryphias. Outstanding views Temples and a sham Castle. Castle Hill was built in 1730 as the Earl Fortescue's family home in North Devon. The Palladian House in which his descendants the Earl and Countess of Arran are living is set in an 18th century parkland landscape with grass terraces and statues leading down to the river and lakes.