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Westbury Court Gardens

Westbury on Severn GL14 1PD, England
+44 1452 760461
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beautiful gardens

Really lovely place to visit, very interesting information about the gardens. Loved the fish in the... read more

Reviewed yesterday
g w
Interesting gardens

A beautifully tended Dutch style, water garden located alongside the A48 between Gloucester and... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Derby, United Kingdom
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Westbury on Severn GL14 1PD, England
+44 1452 760461
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Reviewed yesterday

Really lovely place to visit, very interesting information about the gardens. Loved the fish in the canal.

Thank g w
Reviewed 2 days ago

A beautifully tended Dutch style, water garden located alongside the A48 between Gloucester and Chepstow. Rescued by the National Trust from a completely derelict site, the restored flower beds and vegetable plots that flank the series of canals are surrounded by immaculate lawns.  We found...More

Thank Steveanne-2
Reviewed 5 days ago

These gardens, though not as large an area as we had expected, are well worth a visit. They are purported to be one of the finest examples of the Dutch Water Garden. There are some interesting old photographs which can be seen in the pavilion,...More

Thank Rocko1947
Reviewed 1 week ago

Despite the terrible british summer weather, throughly enjoyed Westbury Court Garden. Quite intimate, but well laidout, and in its own way quite beautiful.

Thank Robert W
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is a Dutch garden restored by the national trust with canals and topiary. Not very large but interesting and worth a walk round, the canals are full of carp and Rudd which are easily seen from either end, not easy to see as you...More

Thank Wen4519
Reviewed 16 July 2017

Sometimes, it is easy to overlook some of the Trust's smaller attractions but this rare survivor of a 17th C Dutch water garden is well worth a visit. Lovely gardens, interesting planting amid a rural setting, which, as a photographer, I adored.

1  Thank GrandesRocques
Reviewed 11 July 2017

Went for an afternoon after having lunch at the Red Lion (recommended). This is an interesting garden with some unusual plants. The vegetable/fruit garden makes it a little different as do the canals (which are filled with carp), all based on a Dutch style. The...More

Thank MikemayTravel
Reviewed 27 June 2017

This Dutch-style water garden at Westbury-on-Severn offers a unique opportunity to relax in the peaceful surroundings of the beautifully restored grounds that once belonged to Westbury Court. On a bright summer's day the fish-filled canals glitter and gleam as you stroll through another world. Particularly...More

Thank guysheppard484
Reviewed 20 June 2017

In the Severn valley, Westbury Court Gardens offer a fine example of Dutch garden design. National Trust managed, it has many curiosities and some secret corners too.

Thank Chris G
Reviewed 12 June 2017 via mobile

The gardens are beautifully laid out, nice to have a stroll around. Lovely welcome, well laid out information area and picturesque gardens - very odd in the back ground that sound form of motor racing went on which destroyed the peace ( and perhaps the...More

Thank Andyhaverson
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Response from Liz B | Reviewed this property |
I'm not sure about the bus route, but know that it is open everyday.
7 June 2016|
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Response from John_Oram_Eats | Reviewed this property |
According to the NT website 'dogs on short leads are welcome'.