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A real hidden gem. We visited at the end of the season (August) and had these tranquil gardens all to ourselves. A wonderful opportunity to spend a peaceful hour exploring ten individually designed garden ‘rooms’ each with their own unique feel. There were many varieties...More
Because of the way the gardens have been designed and constructed they change depending on the season when you visit but there is always something worthwhile to see. When we went in July for instance the roses had finished but other plants were starting to...More
Very misleading; quite an enigma? Found the gardens 'ragtag' and 'wild'? Which I think from the management response to similar couched reviews, was not the intention?
Certainly not 'a garden for all seasons' and you had to perhaps catch it at the right time? We...More
Firstly this garden is hidden away up some pretty narrow roads and was not what we expected. Having read other reviews and the management replies I think the fairest review I can give is to say it will divide opinion between those who see it...More
Beautiful romantic gardens very well laid out as a series of different little gardens that you wander through with the help of a very nice little garden plan in English, if like us you need it. To accompany the visit you can borrow their brilliant...More
The gardens are nicely laid out and a very wide variety of planting is on show. We visited in September so were a little late for the majority of flowers unfortunately. Also the weather this year has been so dry in France that I do...More
Take time to discover this small but joyous garden in the Dordogne valley. Follow the signs from the nearby village of Carlux along narrow lanes. This is less of a strictly formal garden, more of a plant lovers paradise. Along with a clear plan of...More
This is truly a botanical wonderland ! Flowers, bushes, and trees of every imaginable variety. You are also given a guide book to use while exploring the gardens which shows all of the plants and gives you information about their genre. I highly recommend a...More
We were looking for a garden to visit to break a long journey south down the autoroute A20. Jardins de Cadiot was the perfect rest break. We started at the tea rooms, actually a peaceful terrace amongst old stone walls, with fresh-baked scones and a...More