Overview

With terraces overlooking the Golden Valley, The Garden at Miserden dates back to the 17th-century.

The estate encompasses 850 acres of woodland, farmland and gardens providing a sanctuary for wildlife and a tranquil escape to allow you to spend time with your family and friends.

From early spring visitors can enjoy beautiful flowering beds, shrubs and fine topiary. Within the walled garden generous herbaceous borders run down either side, with a pergola of roses, stately spires of delphiunium and fine specimen trees nestle together with hydrandea villosa. 

Adjoining the Garden is the Nursery and Garden Café serving hot and cold beverages and light lunches.


Today
Today’s opening hours

March to December: Tuesdays to Sundays and Bank Holiday weekends: 10am to 5pm.

Opening
Opening

2020

January and February: Weekends only.

March to December: Tuesdays to Sundays and Bank Holiday weekends: 10am to 5pm.

Find Us
Find us

The main visitor entrance is at ///exchanges.catapult.cleansedWhat does this mean?

  • Offers bike storage
Accessibility
Accessibility
  • Accessible parking
  • Accessible toilets
  • Guide dogs welcome

Please check the website for further information, admission times and details for our special events

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Today
Today’s opening hours

March to December: Tuesdays to Sundays and Bank Holiday weekends: 10am to 5pm.

Opening
Opening

2020

January and February: Weekends only.

March to December: Tuesdays to Sundays and Bank Holiday weekends: 10am to 5pm.

Find Us
Find us

The main visitor entrance is at ///exchanges.catapult.cleansedWhat does this mean?

  • Offers bike storage
Accessibility
Accessibility
  • Accessible parking
  • Accessible toilets
  • Guide dogs welcome

Other opening


The Garden at Miserden's history and features

This lovely, timeless garden, with spectacular views over a deer park and rolling Cotswold hills beyond, was designed in the 17th Century and still retains a wonderful sense of peace and tranquillity. There are extensive yew hedges, including a notable topiary yew walk designed by Lutyens as well as some magnificent mixed borders, which contain a wide range of roses, clematis, shrubs and herbaceous plants that provide colour right through from spring to autumn. An ancient mulberry tree, believed to be planted in 1620, and the rill with fountain and stone summerhouse, built to commemorate the Millennium, are two other magical features in the history of this garden which has spanned generations. The Garden at Miserden truly is a hidden gem in the very heart of the Cotswolds.


A word from the owner

We have a ghost at Miserden, a white lady in her carriage is often seen on the Estate. Maybe you'll spot her when you visit! 

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