Let’s take a walk

Enjoy the beauty of a British garden in springtime. We’ve picked out some of the best places for a fresh walk through natural surroundings, blooming with colour and life. 
Stillingfleet Lodge Gardens and Nursery 
Enjoy traditional cottage gardens and a garden that’s been cultivated for 40 years and is a haven for birds and insects.  
Capesthorne Hall, Siddington 
These award winning gardens offers woodland walks and a delightful afternoon tea at The Butler’s Pantry.
Speke Hall, Garden & Estate
Even though it’s set in an urban area, these glorious gardens are full of flowers that make you feel like you’re in the countryside.
Harmony Garden, Melrose
Stroll across green lawns and relax in tranquil surroundings of a Harmony Garden that more than lives up to its name.
The Beth Chatto Gardens, Essex
This amazing garden is built on an old car park and includes water features, woodland and plenty of beautiful plants.
Chatsworth, Derbyshire 
Explore amazing 18th century ‘Capability’ Brown gardens that includes a maze, farmyard and sculpture trail.
Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, London 
If you’ve never visited the world’s most famous garden then take a trip to London and prepare to have your breath taken. 
Bodnant Garden, Conwy 
Enjoy 80 acres of gardens including a tunnel of flowers that really comes into its own in late spring.
Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh
Probably the best garden in Scotland, you can take a break from nature inside Britain’s tallest Palm House.