Painswick Rococo Garden
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The Garden dates from the early 18th century, when gardens were almost theatrical backdrops for extravagant garden parties. A truly romantic setting of follies, vista and views. Well known for a superb snowdrop display in the spring.
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Located in pretty Painswick, often known as ‘The Queen of the Cotswolds’. The UK’s only surviving complete rococo garden.
Painswick Rococo Garden is the UK’s only surviving complete rococo garden and a real hidden gem. Designed in the 1740s as a flamboyant pleasure garden, you’ll find fanciful garden buildings and stunning views of the surrounding countryside to while away the hours. www.rococogarden.org.uk GL6 6TH
This is a wonderful RHS garden to visit located just outside Painswick, the Queen of the Cotswolds. The village itself is well worth a visit.
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“This is a Museum of two halfs, on a history of the Stroud area set in this lovely house; the other a contemporary changing exhibition space showing artists and crafts people.There is also a contempory Walled Garden. Look on their website to see whats on. Right next door is a small arboretum, the Stratford Park Leisure Centre and Outdoor Lido.”
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“The Butchers Arms, Sheepscombe, GL6 7RH - 01452 812113 A great destination for a walk, especially Sunday lunch - dog friendly.”
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“Wonderful traditional garden nursery selling plants. Occasional pop-up restaurant/cafe”
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“You can walk to Slad from Bisley but it is quite a hike, particularly on the way back so I suggest driving - via Stancombe if you are feeling adventurous! The Inn has a special character and Laurie Lee is buried in the village graveyard. We have had mixed experience with the food but it’s generally good and the “Old Spot” bitter is a my absolute favourite. Booking is recommended.”
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