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These gardens are absolutely stunning and definitely worth a visit. So much interest on several... read more

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Annie-Hart
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Lee on the Solent
Next to Hidcote

3 generations of women gardeners. Water features, perennial gardens, sculptures, and a delightful... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
soroka22
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Grand Haven, Michigan
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Reviewed yesterday

These gardens are absolutely stunning and definitely worth a visit. So much interest on several levels, plenty of seats for you to sit and take in the views, lots of statues and water features to add to the beautiful planting. We have a Gardeners World...More

Thank Annie-Hart
Reviewed 3 days ago

3 generations of women gardeners. Water features, perennial gardens, sculptures, and a delightful summer house with a gliding seats to enjoy the wonderful view. Support them and see the Kiftsgate Rose. Nice tea room. Just across the road from Hidcote Gardens.

Thank soroka22
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

The garden partly on a slope overlooking a wonderful landscape is in a constant state of evolution from the beginning of the 20th century to the present day through three generations of woman gardeners each of whom has brought their unique vision. A lovely experience.

Thank Lina F
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

What can I say about it? Just go and enjoy. It's one of the most beautiful gardens of the Cotswolds. And for a lunch break you don't have to go anywhere else.

Thank DoubleO7half
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

We'd been to Hidcote, which was wonderful, and saw this across the road. What a rip off, so expensive for what you see. Large grounds on a hill, not very well maintained and few facilities. We will not be returning.

1  Thank WelshDragon25
Reviewed 1 week ago

Such a lovely tranquil place, could have just stayed forever (sadly I am sure the owner would object!) So much better than Hidcote which looked very tired and tatty. Kiftsgate restores the soul in many different gardens in one. Wonderful pastoral views,Cool and peaceful water...More

Thank englishreiver1
Reviewed 1 week ago

Lovey gardens. Unusual settings. Terraces and steps. But truthfully, Hidecote to me outshines it and I loved it but only do it if you have done Hidecote to the max (don't rush Hidecote to fit this in)

1  Thank sally541
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Simply stunning, a true plantswomans garden. We had a delightful visit and hope to return again The colours and perfumes were beautiful

Thank _joanboston357
Reviewed 1 week ago

Visited these gardens before and thought they were certainly worth seeing (better than nearby Hidcote) but not so good this time.I appreciate we are in the middle of a heatwave, but more maintainance could have been achieved.We never saw one gardener in the whole time...More

Thank Eileen T
Reviewed 1 week ago

We were 2nd in through the gate on opening and it was an extremely hot afternoon, the garden was in a far better state than I had expected, herbaceous perennials, lilies, roses and the wild garden all looked good and planted in a seemingly effortless...More

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