The Garden Landscape Guide

The Vyne Garden

A sixteenth century house, with a classical portico, set in a serpentine park. The park was designed by John Chute between 1755 and 1776. There are lawns, lakes, woodland walks and a wild garden.

Sherborne St John, Basingstoke, Hampshire, England, RG26 5DX

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Reviews

  • almost 3 years by Sam 3 / 5

    Lovely Gardens, perhaps on a warmer day it would be better. The walled garden could do with a big make-over. Terrific Brownian-esc landscapes though!
  • over 3 years by Katrina Underwood 2 / 5

    Lovely location - not much of a garden as stated in previous reviews.. A pity... not one of the the NT trust's best efforts!
  • almost 5 years by pete 2 / 5

    Is it really a garden? if my failing memory doesn't betray me there weren't a lot of planting.

    Lots of lawns, a nature area and a lake. Given that my enjoyment of gardens is as much for the wild fauna as the imported flora I enjoyed it but measured as a garden......

    the house is worth a visit.

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Vyne Garden, Hampshire Photograph © denvilles_duo
The Vyne, Spring 2011 Photograph © Anthurium/Katrina Underwood
The Vyne, Spring Photograph © Anthurium/Katrina Underwood