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The Savill Garden is a tranquil place to discover rare plants from around the world, arranged in stunning seasonal displays. Since its creation in the 1930s, The Savill Garden has been an inspiration for all. This natural haven of beautifully...more
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I am a member of the Savill garden, due to getting a discounted annual car park pass, which is really helpful if we check the single car park fees... Though I used to have my walk rather in Windsor Great Park, but because the Savill...More
We visited these garden whilst on a trip to Windsor, which is nearby. Following coffee and cake in the lovely cafe we started to explore the gardens. They are set out quite spectacularly and even although not fully in season yet, the flower displays were...More
April is just the right moment: Magnolias, Camellias, spring bulbs and more are in flower and are absolutely stunning in quantity and size. The paths are easy to navigate, disability friendly and the whole experience, including the café and shop is a delight. If we...More
We have been visiting this beautiful garden for many years and it doesn’t matter what the season is there is always something to see from the spring flowers and blossom to the summer roses and herbaceous borders. The Jubilee Garden is a quiet retreat. The...More
Was lucky enough to be on a guided tour given by Head Gardener, John Anderson run by Gardeners World magazine. We had a full two hour tour, giving prominence to the Magnolias and Camellia which are in full bloom at present (earlier than usual) The...More
On a warm February day, a visit to The Savill Garden was very special and a delight with walks through the winter garden and colourful dogwoods, scented daphnes and early bulbs. The views around the lake and the Temperate House were other highlights. The paths...More
We enjoyed our first visit to Savill Gardens yesterday. Although being winter, it was lovely to walk around and there were some lovely flowers with the spring flowers starting to bloom as well. Really nice gift shop and great place for small children. We didn’t...More
Well worth a visit although it can be expensive. We were lucky as it was their winter rate of £5 each and this included parking, which was £2 : 50 an hour!
Many species of spring flowers were in bloom, several three or four weeks...More
Visit to Savill Garden completely marred by the appalling service in the restaurant. No organisation at all - no choice of Gluten free options despite saying there was on the menu - complete indifference from the restaurant manager and staff all of whom seem...More
Date of experience: February 2019
Thank Jonathan M
WindsorGreatPark, Guest Relations Manager at Savill Garden, responded to this reviewResponded February 21, 2019
I am so sorry to read of your disappointment in our restaurant. This is not the standard of service that we expect our visitors to receive. We will forward this onto our restaurant manager for review.