The Garden is now closed for the winter and will re-open on April 1st.
The Garden will be open Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday; 10am to 5pm, excluding Bank Holidays; until the end of October 2022.
Last admission is 4.15pm – gates (including the car park) lock no later than 5pm.
Admission is £8 per person (under 16’s free).
We do not have an advanced booking system.
Payment by card preferred.
We are part of the Gardeners’ World 2 for 1 (these cannot be used for special event days e.g. NGS or by Group bookings)
If you visit Batsford Arboretum during our 2022 season do hold onto your receipt as this will allow 2 people to enter Bourton House Garden for the price of 1 (these cannot be used for special event days e.g. NGS or by Group bookings).
Following the Government announcement to relax guidelines from the 19th July, we will be continuing with some measures here at Bourton House Garden.
We politely ask that you follow these measures to ensure the safety of our staff and our visitors, particularly those who are vulnerable or nervous at this time.
And please remember, if you feel unwell, please do not come into the garden and instead follow NHS guidance.
The Cafe is open from May until the end of September (10.30am-4pm) selling hot and cold drinks, light lunches and delicious cakes.
Tables and chairs will be provided in the Orchard and in the Tithe Barn.
Please do not take food or drink into the Garden.
Join The Friends of Bourton House Garden for £24 per person and enjoy unlimited visits during the 2022 season. This also makes a great present for a garden lover. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information on how to join or sign up/make payment on your first visit to the Garden at the Admissions desk.
We are taking bookings for the 2022 season whilst complying with current Government guidelines. If you would like to make a provisional booking for the 2022 season please e-mail email@example.com. We do not take a deposit and are happy to stay in touch and be flexible.
A Group is classed as 10 or more paying visitors.
Group concessions for pre-booked groups only: £7 per person (tour leader/coach driver free)
ADVANCE BOOKING ESSENTIAL FOR GROUPS
Bourton House Garden has limited disabled access (60% – 70%).
Disabled toilet available
We do not have wheelchairs/scooters available to use/hire but please do bring your own.
A review received on 6th September 2019 said “I recently visited your gardens – I am in a wheelchair and did not expect to see a lot but I managed to go around the whole garden and what a fabulous place. I loved it and will definitely be back. Thank you so much for a lovely outing.”
Visitors to the garden are also invited to enjoy the walk in our seven acre field (opened to the public in 2013) which visits groups of specimen trees planted in 1994/95. A free guide to the trees is available with tickets to the garden. Please do follow the mown paths when walking around the field. Visitors walking the Tree Walk do so at their own risk.
Parking is available in the field opposite the Garden entrance – this is free of charge. Please note that visitors park at their own risk.
The Garden closes at 5pm – Gates (including the car park) lock no later than 5pm so please ensure you have departed in time.
Bourton House Garden is 2 miles from Moreton-in-Marsh on the A44. Bourton House Garden can be reached by public transport on the Johnsons Coaches route 1 and 2 (no bus on Sunday). Timetables can be found on www.johnsonscoaches.co.uk/timetables/ . For any queries regarding the buses please contact Johnsons directly on 01564 797 070 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org .
“I was immensely impressed by the beauty and the colours still present at this time of year. You have done an amazing job.. it truly is a little gem and I would love to come back and see it in its full glory in the Summer!” M D’Hoore, October 2020
“When I was told to view your gardens in mid September I must admit I was reluctant but I have to say they are by far the best gardens I have ever visited . Beautifully presented unbelievable colours and immaculately tendered.” M Knowles, September 2020
“Thank you so much and also thank you for creating and opening such a beautiful place. I look forward to our next visit” D Hall, Sept 2020
“The Garden …was spectacular. The staff (in these covid times) were all friendly and cheerful… We felt very safe during our visit and at the same time relaxed and comfortable.” M & S Graham, August 2020
“We were stunned by the beautiful and original planting and the condition of the plants, given the drought. Congratulations on your magnificent garden! And thank you for letting us enjoy it.” F Greenwood, August 2020
“Can I just say what a beautiful garden Bourton House is and I enjoyed my visit so much. Also your social distancing and hygiene measures are exemplary.” Jenny W, July 2020
” SENSATIONAL!!! I loved the garden SO MUCH!!! Barn is fab too 🙂 ” Jacqueline Jenkins, Australia, June 2019
“Fabulous interesting plants not seen in many gardens” Barbara Stott, May 2019
“Arguably the best garden ever visited” Patrick & Kay Whelan, June 2019
“Beautiful garden – wonderful combinations of colour and texture – love the topiary and sculpted hedges” Ellen Thorndike, USA, June 2019
“Sublime – despite the pouring rain!” Sandra & Saskia, the Netherlands, August 2019
“Overwhelming, absolutely stunning” Bettina & Tina, Austria, August 2019
“Having been in the Cotswolds for the last 14 days and seen many gardens, this was the most beautiful!” Han & Josien Schenan, Holland, August 2019
“The best collection of plants we have seen” Mr & Mrs Fry, Cheltenham, August 2019
“Absolutely wonderful – even the 2nd time around” – Sandy & Roe Frazier, Nashville US, August 2019
“One of the best gardens ever visited. An absolute gem!” Mary Huckle, North London, August 2019
“The best garden we have ever visited – thanks Gardener’s World!” J & C Gill, Lincolnshire, September 2019
“So good for a fall garden. We were her last time in the spring.” Glenda & Sam Greeson, North Carolina USA, September 2019
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