The Garden Landscape Guide

Cerney House Gardens

A seventeenth century house surrounded by 40 acres of gardens and parkland. There is a herb garden, vegetable garden, knot garden, Victorian greenhouse, wooden gazebo, woodland, orchard and wildflower meadow.

North Cerney, Gloucestershire, England, GL7 7BX

End January (snowdrops) to end October. Daily. Open 10am to 5pm.

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Reviews

  • 3 months by Anonymous 5 / 5

    What a lovely garden! It began to rain whilst we were there but for us it added to the magic. We had the garden to ourselves so that in itself made the visit special. Would love to visit again when the roses are out. What a treat!
  • about 1 year by Patricia Theodorou 5 / 5

    Such a lovely atmosphere, it feels like the garden you always wanted for yourself.
  • about 4 years by Charlotte 4 / 5

    Magnificent walled garden with wonderful flowers and vegetables, nestling in a Cotswold valley behind a very unusual house. Worth going out of the way to see!

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Cerney House, Gloucestershire Photograph © Phil Kroll
Cerney House, Gloucestershire Photograph © Phil Kroll
Cerney House Gardens, Gloucestershire Photograph © Phil Kroll
Tulips, Cerney House Gardens Photograph © Phil Kroll
Cerney House Gardens, 2010 Photograph © Charlotte Weychan
Gate, Cerney House Gardens Photograph © Charlotte Weychan