Approx 1½ acres, full of structure and design. Garden is divided into rooms incl rill garden, gravel garden, rose garden, herbaceous borders, green garden with pleached lime allee and potager. Created over last 28yrs by present owners and constantly evolving. Visitors welcome during April - July (groups of 15+), please see above website.
Rare plant sales (in aid of James Hopkins Trust) and garden lecture days.
Opening for NGS:
Sunday 22 April (2 - 5pm). Admission £5.00, children free. Home-made teas.
Mr & Mrs Nicholas Tanner
Limited wheelchair access. Ramp available to enable access to main body of garden, steps to other areas.
How to find us
The Coach House Garden, Ampney Crucis, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 5RY
3m E of Cirencester. Turn into village from A417, immed before Crown of Crucis Inn. Over hump-back bridge, parking immed to R on cricket field (weather permitting) or signed nearby field.
More about The Coach House Garden
This is a garden whose strengths lie in structure, design and planting. Although a little less than an acre and a half, the space feels a lot larger having been divided into rooms with yew and box hedging providing a sense of mystery and enclosure. The house is surrounded by a York Stone terrace with steps leading to lawns on two levels, flanked by herbaceous borders with a scented rose garden beyond. A 'green' room with pleached lime allee and goblet Irish yews, but very few flowers, provides an area of calm between this and the rill garden with the golden border, facing east and the red border, facing west. An ornamental potager, gravel garden and informal woodland walk with meandering path are other areas of note. Arches, arbours, and vistas abound, ensuring there is something to catch the eye at every turn in this sheltered, secret garden.