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Breaks for Garden Lovers

Special breaks for garden lovers

Special breaks for garden lovers

Come to the South of England, we can put you up for a few nights in one of our holiday cottages in the UK and you can spend time exploring the fabulous gardens and appreciate all that nature has to offer.  The bird life is pretty spectacular too, they are enjoying all the digging and planting that’s been going on!

All over the UK, Spring has sprung, apple blossom floats down like confetti and the gardens of Britain are looking beautiful!  Being a nation of garden lovers and having such strikingly different seasons, there is much to appreciate in the country.

Fabulous ancient bluebell woods

Fabulous ancient bluebell woods

Right at this minute, the bluebells are carpeting ancient woodland, just feel they have never looked better (but maybe we say this every year!)

Gardens are ready!

Gardens are ready!

National Trust Houses and Gardens are opening everywhere to welcome visitors from all over the world, to walk through their nut walks, wander through their orchards and admire their well stocked borders.

 

Lovely garden at The Old Post House

Enjoy staying at The Old Post House

This is a brilliant time to have a break from normal routine, get together with friends and book that time away to visit gardens.  Bring your plant books or ipads so that you can identify plants more easily, some gardens even have gardening courses to enjoy.

We have some fabulous properties perfectly located for visiting gardens, Bridge Farmhouse is not far from the world-famous landscape garden of the Palladian mansion of Stourhead. Visit the magnificent lake reflecting classical temples, mystical grottoes, and rare and exotic trees.

The Robins, not far from Pashley Manor

The Robins, not far from Pashley Manor

A short drive from Willow Cottage, one of our cottages in Dorset,  lies the stunning gardens of the lavish Kingston Lacy mansion, wander around the Japanese Garden, complete with authentic tea house.

Batemans, Former home of Rudyard Kipling, is walking distance from 1 The Corn Stores,  with the tranquility and order of the manicured lawns and clipped yew hedges, enjoy wandering through the meadow with its wild flowers and flowing river.

Sometimes it is easier to talk to one of our friendly booking team – just call 01227 464958 or email us on hello@mulberrycottages.com and we will help you find the perfect base for your garden visits.

 

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