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All reviews wood carvings local charity home made cakes well worth a visit tree trunks superb gardens plant fair classic car show formal gardens acres planting lakes fundraising carter church bridge ernest
Wonderful gardens, beautifully kept with wonderful wood carvings made from the felled trees. Only open on certain days in aid of various charities. The garden consists of formal gardens and lots of interesting "nooks and crannies" to explore. Whilst there, a trip to the church...More
Weather an obvious plus, but the gardens are impressive, varied areas and inspired plantings give a series of vistas that encourage photography and might take 3 other large garden visits to equal. Wood sculptures a plus. Tea/Coffee & cakes in delightful Orangery. Children seemed to...More
Visited Highnam Court to support the open day for the NSPCC. The house remains private but we spent an enjoyable couple of hours exploring the extensive gardens which have been sensitively restored. It must be one of Gloucestershire's treasures.
We show our classic car at this Event each year in June. The house is not open to the public but the grounds and gardens are. The Show itself is well worth the visit, as apart from the cars on display, there are various stalls,...More
We attended an event at Highnam Court Gardens to support our local Charity working for sick and disabled children.
Highnam Court is a magnificent house privately owned and stands in acres of splendid park land on the A 40(T) at the edge of Highnam Village....More
Visited in July for a rare plant fair, set in spectacular gardens,with roses set in well clipped mini hedges,walks through large rockeries,grottoes ,by lakes with a Monet bridge,and woods.Lots of carvings from tree trunks including a grizzly bear,eagles,owls and others.Very good value refreshments on the...More
We visited on a recent open day. The gardens are spectacularly lovely, it's possible to spend all day there. It would be great if it opened more often, it's such a gem.The cafe is always a bit of a shambles though i realise it is...More
I doubt it. They only open a few times a year for charity events, mainly at weekends - it's worth doing searches online every few weeks to see if there's an open day soon. It's a beautiful garden, ideal for walkers and... More
I doubt it. They only open a few times a year for charity events, mainly at weekends - it's worth doing searches online every few weeks to see if there's an open day soon. It's a beautiful garden, ideal for walkers and picnickers and any money made goes to good causes.