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Westbury Court Gardens

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James C wrote a review Oct 2020
Northampton, United Kingdom396 contributions68 helpful votes
This is a stunning place. Deserves the credit for best Dutch water gardens in the country. There is not a lot of parking on site, and facilities are limited (plus the viewing gallery is not open for COVID 19) but you can tell how much love and effort has gone into restoring the gardens to their stunning best. Highlights feeding the carp (so many of them and the 300 year oak tree) even managed to buy some locally grown apples which were amazing. Thoroughly recommend, but just keep scale in mind!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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SolihullRichard wrote a review Sep 2020
Dorridge, United Kingdom679 contributions172 helpful votes
In a pleasant situation near to the Severn with some good riverside pubs in easy distance for pre/post visit, and unlike a lot of NT locations on an A road so easy access. Pleasant greeting and unlike any other NT property we were told to collect any windfall fruit and to try raspberries off the fruit bushes - even pre-Covid a number of properties seemed to leave produce unpicked and rotting on the plants, with the closure of cafes and staff reductions extending this so great to see them put to good use. Fish food available for the number of large carp which people of all ages will enjoy. Not the largest gardens but well laid out, tended and labelled with some huge ancient trees. Well worth a visit, but its size may mean you want to combine with other places if travelling from out of area
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Basingstone wrote a review Sep 2020
Hampshire, United Kingdom491 contributions63 helpful votes
Very nice gardens however it is a short 30 - 45min visit. Not many flowers on show due to lack of planting and staff during lockdown. The yew hedges also look a little down as they have been clipped right back to allow reshaping. Not one for special visit but something to add if you are passing.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Joanna L wrote a review Sep 2020
Birmingham, United Kingdom135 contributions15 helpful votes
We came here after seeing on George Clarke programme. Almost didn’t come after seeing negative reviews. So glad we did. Yes it is small but can easily spend an hour to two here and perhaps longer with a picnic. This is now one of my favourite gardens I thought it was absolutely beautiful. Well done to the one guy who kept it going during lockdown it was breathtaking. Can’t wait to come again already
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Cookiescot wrote a review Sep 2020
Halesowen, United Kingdom476 contributions108 helpful votes
Had seen this garden on a TV programme and made a detour off the M5 on our way to Exeter. Lovely interesting garden, very safe regarding Covid.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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