Easter is on its way, and with it comes warmer weather and more time spent in the garden. However, all gardens aren't created equal. Take a look at our list of the best gardens for an Easter egg hunt, or to enjoy all spring and summer long.
1. Bryn y Cadno, Pembrokeshire
This five-bedroom, three-bathroom home brings all of the charms of country life to one location. With 20 acres of land, you’ll never run out of places to enjoy this garden.
2. Marsett House, Southwell, Nottingham
Marsett House is set in an enviable position located between Southwell and Oxton village in an area of attractive open countryside set within impressive south facing formal gardens. It lies within easy reach of Nottingham and offers excellent road communications including the M1 and A1. Every feature of the property is bespoke, having been carefully created with exceptional craftsmanship, designed to exacting standards.
3. Waddington Road, Clitheroe, Lancashire
This property is an exceptional detached country residence occupying an elevated position in a rural yet convenient location midway between Waddington and West Bradford villages. Commanding views of the surrounding countryside and the Ribble Valley with long distance aspects towards Pendle Hill, this refurbished and flexible property is believed to have been built circa 1552 and used to be part of the Eaves Hall Estate. The extensive grounds are perfect for an Easter egg hunt.
4. Hadley Highstone, Cockfosters
This quaint and charming cottage is situated within a quiet turning in the heart of the highly sought after area of Hadley Highstone. The property has been extended and re-laid out to a very high standard, providing bright and spacious accommodation throughout. This cottage is comprised of two reception rooms, leading to a bright open plan kitchen/dining room spanning the width of the property with doors opening onto the rear garden. There is also a utility room, guest w.c, master bedroom with en suite, three further generous bedrooms, modern family bathroom and a study area on the first floor landing. Externally there is a private mature rear garden, a detached double garage and a pretty front garden with a picket fence.
The gravel drive and gorgeous front and back gardens make this former vicarage the perfect spot for spring. After being greeted by an impressive doorway, you’ll find a back garden bordered with shrubs and flower beds. With this property’s high hedges, you can be sure that you won’t be disturbed while you spend time in the garden.
There are six bedrooms in this property, but with a garden like this, you’ll never want to be inside! Formal and informal gardens surround this beautiful home in Lancashire. The stone features surrounding the house make visitors to the garden aware of its beauty and its history.
7. Halton Green House, Lancaster
Halton Green House is set in an area of outstanding natural beauty within the stunning Lune Valley. It’s a captivating property offering a tremendous package for the keen gardener. Both formal and informal gardens can be enjoyed here, and a wide variety of mature trees and flower beds offers scope for creativity in the landscape.
8. Hedgerow, Buckinghamshire
1. This property boasts a gorgeous terraced lawn and is enclosed by high shrubs to keep your time at home very private. The garden doesn’t stop at the lawn, though. In addition to well-maintained shrubs and flowers, there are three mature vegetable patches and an orchard guaranteed to provide fun in all seasons.
9. Irstead, Norfolk, Norwich
This beautiful waterside thatched house stands in a truly stunning setting of over 2 acres on an unspoilt stretch of the River Ant in the Norfolk Broads - home to some of the rarest plants and animals in the United Kingdom. With its very close proximity to Barton Broad, this property has so much to offer including boating, fishing, wildlife and bird watching, whilst the fine city of Norwich is just 12 miles.
10. Hougham Manor, Lincolnshire
Hougham Manor is an imposing private country residence, but notably a comfortable family home with superb reception space and extensive accommodation fitted to the highest standard throughout. Sympathetically renovated and partly extended over the last thirty seven years, the property has a timeless architectural design and internally combines traditional detailing with contemporary fittings; particular highlights include the recently restored garden hall with its three 15th century clerestory windows and the dining room which features a historically significant 13th C triple respond (Nikolaus Pevsner). With all the benefits of an enviably, private, though convenient, location with excellent facilities, Hougham Manor is a truly unique, comfortable and impressive country home.
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