Cheshire Gardens

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From stately homes and secret gardens, the quintessentially English to exotic oriental planting, it's Cheshire's ever-changing landscape that continues to inspire and attract us - and the thousands of visitors that relax in, and enjoy, our gardens every year.

Whether you prefer to discover our fabulous stately homes or get a blast of fresh air and wander through the gardens - Cheshire’s gardens have something for everyone.

Visit Cheshire's dedicated garden website provides a useful guide to the wide variety of gardens open to the public across the county.

Looking south from Combermere, into Shropshire, you will find an equally dazzling selection of gardens.

Shropshire is a serious gardeners delight with 20 National Collections (including English Roses, Clematis, Campanula, Aralia and Tulips) and nearly 20 Plantsmen's Gardens.

More information can be found on Shropshire Tourism's website.

Bluebell Wood at Combermere Abbey
Bluebell Wood at Combermere Abbey