27 Beautiful Pictures of Famous Gardens in England

Here, Beauty in Everything gathered for you 27 beautiful pictures of famous gardens in England.

The gardens at the Manor House

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The gardens at the Manor House
Manor House, Ayot St Lawrence, UK
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An English Country Garden

English Landscape Garden

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English Landscape Garden
Sheffield Park Gardens, East Sussex, England.
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Upper Slaughter Manor, Cotswolds

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Upper Slaughter Manor, Cotswolds
A private home that is open to the public one week per month in the summer.
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Cottage courtyard

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Cottage courtyard
In the small hamlet of Milldale which sits in a valley beside the River Dove.
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Raby Castle and Gardens

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Raby Castle and Gardens
Raby Castle in County Durham was built by John Neville, 3rd Baron Neville de Raby, between approximately 1367 and 1390. The current castle is the seat of the Vane family, the Barons Barnard.
The castle is open to visitors and sits in 200 acres of deerpark where you can easily see Roe and Fallow deer up close.
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Upton House and Gardens

Royal Botanical Gardens

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Royal Botanical Gardens
Acanthus Hungaricus. Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew. London. UK
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The gardens of the Hampton Court Palace

Mottistone Gardens

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Mottistone Gardens
In the grounds of a manor house, the gardens are tastefully landscaped where you can see the sea over yonder.
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Footbridge over the Island Pool at Sezincote Park

Beamish Open Air Museum

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Beamish Open Air Museum
Pockerley farmhouse known as the ''new house'' dates back to the late 1700s, its located at the Beamish open air museum.
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Sunken Garden

Canons Ashby Long View

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Canons Ashby Long View
Canons Ashby House had been the home of the Dryden family since its construction in the 16th century; the manor house was built in approximately 1550 with additions in the 1590s, in the 1630s and 1710.
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Gardens

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Gardens
Looking over St Andrews Well in the gardens of the Grade I Listed Bishop's Palace towards Wells Cathedral, in Wells, Somerset.
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Early Spring at Hampton Court

Chalice Well Gardens

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Chalice Well Gardens
Chalice Well Gardens, Glastonbury, Somerset.
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Valley Gardens