Arts and Crafts garden in lovely position overlooking quiet valley on descending levels with terrace designed by Norman Jewson in 1930s. Snowdrops named and naturalised, aconites in Feb. Winter garden. Bog garden best in May, White border overflowing with texture and scent. Shrubs, trees, shrub roses. Allotments in old walled garden, 8 native orchids, hundreds of wild flowers and Roman snails.
Family day out. Croquet and toys on lawn. Picnics welcome.
Saturday 10 June, Sunday 11 June (2 - 5pm). Admission £5.00, children free.
Cream Teas by WI.
Visitors also welcome by arrangement all dates, no limit on numbers. Admission £5.00, children free.
This garden also makes a donation to A Rocha.
Partial wheelchair access.
How to find us
Cotswold Farm, Duntisbourne Abbots, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 7JS
5m NW of Cirencester off old A417. From Cirencester L signed Duntisbourne Abbots Services, R and R underpass. Drive ahead. From Gloucester L signed Duntisbourne Abbots Services. Pass Services. Drive L.
More about Cotswold Farm
Cotswold garden in stunning position overlooking quiet valley on descending levels. Terrace designed by Norman Jewson in 1930’s; Named Snowdrops throughout and naturalised in woods, and Aconites in February; Winter Garden; Bog Garden best in May; White border overflowing with flowers, textures and scent; Shrub garden with trees and shrub roses; Walled Kitchen garden, now allotments, displays superb vegetables and flowers; Croquet and toys for children on big lawn; 8 native orchids through the seasons, 100’s of wild flowers and Roman Snails in nearby fields. A varied day out for families and specialists. Picnics welcome. Featured in Country Life, Gardens Illustrated and Cotswold Essence.