Westbury Court Gardens

Westbury Court Gardens, Westbury on Severn: Address, Phone Number, Westbury Court Gardens Reviews: 4.5/5

Westbury Court Gardens
4.5
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John N
Cardiff, UK29 contributions
Oct 2021
Peaceful, lovely stop and well worth a visit. Friendly NT person at the entrance. Local, adjoining church also worth seeing.
Written December 21, 2021
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Mike
Glossop, UK268 contributions
Oct 2021 • Friends
Pretty garden and I respect the work done to keep the gardens looking nice, but £28 for two adults and one senior, unbelievable!

There are two small buildings overlooking the garden from opposite corners with some history of the site and there is a shed outside providing basic coffee and shop facilities, but little else.
Written October 23, 2021
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Richard314
Salisbury, UK68 contributions
Sep 2021
We visited during our 6 day break to Gloucester and this was very worthwhile. The day was very wet with rain but this only affected our day in a minor way, the welcome provided by the lady in the reception area was exceptional and helped enormously - thank you. Despite the rain it was possible to have a sheltered picnic / cup of tea and enjoy the gardens. Access through a gate to the church yard was useful, as it was good to see the adjacent tower and inside the church. We fed the amazing fish!
Written October 4, 2021
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Chingy
Derbyshire, UK18 contributions
Sep 2021 • Family
An excellent calm beautiful garden with fish filled water features. We took two of our young grandchildren and had a picnic on the lawn in the designated area. On arrival the NT volunteer provided the children with fish food free of charge. It was a nice touch. The fish are huge!
A couple of hours in this tranquil part of the Severn estuary region was a lovely experience. Well done NT
Written September 26, 2021
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Ian H
Gloucester, UK545 contributions
Sep 2021 • Couples
Now we have our national trust membership we came here 1st as the most local. Very tranquil and lovely restoration of some lovely gardens. 8 pounds for non members is a little steep.
Written September 25, 2021
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Margaret151151
Cardiff, UK2,313 contributions
Sep 2021
Beautiful small water garden - what remains of one of the few surviving 17th-century Dutch water gardens in the UK, now restored as close as possible to the original, with a mixture of flowers and fruit in geometric beds and fish in the canals. Visited on a Sunday so quite busy. (The car park is small, but we had no difficulty.)

Best view of the canal is from the Tall Pavilion. Take a picnic (no café here) and explore. Currently there is an outdoor exhibition of the top entrants for this year's IGPOTY (International Garden Photographer of the Year) with some stunning photographs - worth visiting before it ends on October 31st! NB Not open Monday and Tuesday
Written September 13, 2021
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Laurista
Ruardean, UK213 contributions
Aug 2021 • Family
I am a local and have not been here in years. We took our 3 children (8,11,13) and our 2 dogs to visit, we will be back. Lovely gardens and so nice to be able to visit with the dogs. The kids got fish food and loved feeding the fish who we’re waiting - they knew! A lovely picnic area and fun playing ball. Take your children they will enjoy feeding the fish, and looking at the history, fruit bushes and climbing the tower. We will be back picnic in tow!
Written September 3, 2021
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Susan D
10 contributions
Aug 2021 • Family
Beautiful little gardens. A lovely place to spend a couple of hours and take a picnic. Parking very limited. Granddaughter loved feeding the fish.
Written August 28, 2021
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Anita1439404
Bexleyheath, UK330 contributions
Aug 2021
Beautifully laid out gardens which we enjoyed looking round. The car park is very small but we arrived as the property opened so didn't have a problem. We are lifetime members of the National Trust and always try to visit their properties when in the area. However, I wouldn't recommend this particular garden to non members having to pay an entry fee (cash only) as you don't need very long to walk round the gardens.
Written August 28, 2021
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Durutydelloyd
Coleford, UK544 contributions
Aug 2021 • Couples
We visited without checking whether it would be open, which was silly. However, saw what we were missing through the railings. Can't wait to revisit on a day when it is open.
Written August 24, 2021
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