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left it a bit late this season. should have gone in may! lots of petals already fallen but still very pretty.
beware of steep gravely paths that are very slippery even in the dry. road in to Lydney park estate great. road out washed out...More
We visited on bank holiday Monday hoping for a quiet place to take our autistic son who is 14 and mobile but also prone to melt downs if its too busy. We arrived at around 1pm and drove up to the site, parking near the...More
Another superb visit to Lydney Park Estate on one of their open days. I brought a friend who hadn’t been before and he was very impressed. The little museum area is very interesting & the cakes from the tearoom are delicious.
However it’s the outstanding...More
I haven't been for a few years even though I live locally, but was very pleasantly surprised by how lovely the gardens are now.
The display of rhodedendrons and azaleas is amazing and lots of effort has been put into maintaining and upgrading the paths...More
Really impressive Roman bath house remains plus peculiar & atmospheric temple footings. Lovely old-fashioned small museum in the house crammed with many of the Roman artefacts discovered on site, plus an additional room dedicated to New Zealand. Glorious views across a well-stocked deer park to...More
My husband and I visited 2 weeks in a row and the changes of the flowering shrubs in the hidden valley woodland garden was dramatic. The woodland gardens meander up and down through Rhododendrons, Azaleas and Camellias and the colours were stunning. Water runs down...More
A beautiful garden full of superb rhododendrons and azaleas, the water garden is a delight with dragonflies and damselflies skimming the water. A tranquil valley with sides beautifully planted with a wide variety of unique rhododendrons in glorious colours. A lot of work has been...More