Bourton House Garden
Wildlife & Gardens Experience
Bourton House Garden has been a labour of love since 1983 when the then owners of Bourton House set about transforming a neglected wilderness into the stunning garden you see today. Over the years the garden has evolved, and visitors can now enjoy rare, unusual, and exotic plants, inspired planting and vivid combinations of texture and colour. The raised 18th century walk offers wonderful views of the surrounding Cotswolds, whilst a more recent addition is a walk through the seven-acre pasture where with the aid of a tree guide, visitors can discover the groups of specimen trees planted in the mid 1990’s.
To note: The garden has limited disabled access. There are accessible WC facilities available. Dogs, picnics, and drones are not permitted in the garden.