A Tudor house (1450-1616) in a wooded valley with an Arts and Crafts garden. The grass terraces and hedges are believed to date from the 1720s. Vita Sackville West exclaimed 'Owlpen - ah! what a dream is there'. Jekyll and Weaver wrote that 'Among the notable examples of little hillside gardens treated in formal fashion, none is more delightful than that of Owlpen'.
Uley, nr Dursley, Gloucestershire, England, GL11 5BZ
See Owlpen website for details:-