Spring is here and gardens everywhere are coming into bloom. Why not stay in one of our cottages located in or nearby beautifully landscaped gardens, most of these will give you the freedom to explore these special places after the day visitors have gone home.
From an attractive lodge at the entrance to Montacute House and Gardens, which featured in the recent Wolf Hall production to a cosy cottage overlooking the grounds at Trelissick, these and many more properties provide an ideal base to enjoy the colourful floral displays and relax in the peaceful surroundings.
An exceptionally pretty 'gothic' style cottage, built into the walled garden at Croft Castle.
Visitors to this apartment can enjoy the gardens of Beningbrough 'out of hours'.
An 18th century cottage overlooking the grounds of the Trelissick Estate.
An attractive lodge building at the entrance to the magnificent 16th-century Montacute House.
The Gardens House is situated on the Ickworth House, Park and Gardens estate in Suffolk
A hide away in the garden of Virginia Woolf's country retreat.