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Our first visit to Rococo Gardens. So glad we found this beautiful Gardens. We visited the... read more

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We were so pleased to have happened upon these gardens whilst exploring the Cotswolds. Even though... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
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All reviews entrance fee scones gift shop the kitchen well worth a visit couple of hours lovely cafe early spring cake different areas nature trail enjoyed our visit cafe serves few hours red house pigeon house points of interest
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Reviewed yesterday

Our first visit to Rococo Gardens. So glad we found this beautiful Gardens. We visited the Cotswold for a short break along with our dog. So obviously had to go onto the internet to find Dog friendly places to visit and enjoy. We were lucky enough to have a beautiful sunny day - although a bit chilly. The trees were in full beautiful autumn colours and we spent the morning exploring and having a very pleasant walk around. A truely lovely photo opportunity.
We firstly visited the Cafe for a quick bite before exploring.The homemade soup was to die for. Well worth every penny and all this goes towards the upkeep of the Gardens. Different sections to visit. For us we were unable to climb the steep path to the Pigeon House due to health problems/mobility but everything else was accessible. Loved the maze. It wasn't too large or complicated to enjoy. Beautifully looked after and cared for. Even saw people tending the grounds. Well worth a visit from everyone.

Thank PLANABC
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We were so pleased to have happened upon these gardens whilst exploring the Cotswolds. Even though it was November the gardens looked so lovely and the autumn colours on the tress was breathtaking. It is truly amazing what they are achieving here and the staff are super friendly and helpful. There is so much to explore so well worth the entrance fee and the cafe serves a great cup of tea and variety of meals and cakes when you need to rest your legs.
However the most heart warming aspect is how dog friendly they are. All dogs are allowed (kept on leads obviously) you can take them around the gardens and into the cafe and gift shop. Also because I had my little dog George with me I got in free ( an offer they run in November) I cannot recommend this place enough and we cannot wait to return in the spring to enjoy the Bluebell walk.

Thank PixPop
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Visited in late October and enjoyed exploring this attractive garden the well marked paths and interesting features made for a good experience. The maze is great fun though our dog did not get the idea of not crossing the hedges! The cafe was excellent- loved the cheese scones

Thank 974philc
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Visited as another local tearoom had no scones! Good job we made it when we did (2-45pm) we got the last 2 fruit scones. They were not too bad at all & ham sandwich was tasty if ready made. Why are tearooms unable to ensure they have sufficient scones at 2/3pm on a Sunday?? Isn’t that why freezes were invented!!
Shame the table had not been wiped clean. Staff seemed a little overwhelmed & unable to keep up.

Thank zenajoy
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Staff always so friendly.
There was an offer on, if you took some painted rocks the children get in free.

Wonderful gardens, amazing for mindfulness practice.

Soya/almond milk and vegan cake in the cafe which was lovely to see.

They have expanded their woodland trail, with lots more playthings for the children. We weren’t aware so we were pleasantly surprised. It would be good to let families know this, as it would attract more young families.

Thank discochick7
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Visited with a 15 month old and 4 year old. It’s lovely to explore and connect children with the outdoors. On a practical level buggies are really hard pushing - ditch them and take a carrier. The cafe is nice for a snack but not a huge range for picky eaters.

Thank lisaloocave
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We visited the Rococo garden in October when Autumn was beginning to leave its mark on the trees and shrubs. However if you love gardens we recommend you visit this unique and lovely garden but perhaps earlier in the year to see it at its best.

Thank Melvyn H
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Didn't really want to visit here but so pleased my friend persuaded me- loved the place! Quirky follies everywhere and don't miss the fairy castle on top of the tall tree stump. Lovely walks around the place and super vegetables, fruit and flowers in the more formal area of garden.

Thank Loretta R
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Reviewed September 28, 2018 via mobile

We had a great morning exploring this garden. There are lots of quirky features like the Red House and Eagle House. There are three very different water features and a maze. We enjoyed wandering around the vegetable garden and found the formal gardens still had plenty of colour. The cafe is lovely. A good selection of lunch items at reasonable prices. We had tea, cake and scones, all very good.

1  Thank Lynnypins
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Reviewed September 28, 2018 via mobile

Great walk for the dog with incredible views and architecture
and at the end of it a great little cafe

Thank jc V
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