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Created by Geoff Hamilton over 13 years for BBC2's Gardeners' World television programme, Barnsdale is home to Britain's largest collection of individually designed gardens. Open throughout the year it provides not just a beautiful and enjoyable...more
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We've been visiting Barnsdale gardens for more than 20 years and love what's become a wonderful memorial to that great gardener Geoff Hamilton. We visited recently with old friends who had heard of Geoff but who had never had the opportunity before. It was very...More
Had so looked forward to this visit but was deeply disappointed. First impression were the dreadful state of the toilets followed by the rather neglected state of the gardens. Weeds everywhere, untidy hedges, borders etc.
It looks very ‘tired’.
Won’t be going back or recommending...More
I visited the gardens in September. Was really looking forward to see them but rather disappointing. Might be better in spring. Lots of weeds and plants needing attention.
We had tea in cafe, all three of us had tea. My friends were charged £3.40 for...More
I've wanted to visit these gardens for many many years.As a youngster I remember watching Geoff Hamilton on the television unfortunately the day we visited the weather was very cloudy & it wasn't very warm which was a shame.I always imagined the garden to be...More
So glad we came back. Such an extremely pleasant experience.
When you walk in the garden
In the garden of Eden
With a beautiful women
Well worth the visit for ideas on designing or redesigning the garden.
I just enjoyed the peace and tranquility, the...More
We went with friends for lunch and an afternoon out. It's about a 150 minute drive from our home, much of it on windy country roads but we'd go again. There are many different small gardens to explore and a wide range of plants and...More
I have visited Barnsdale now in June and September and thoroughly enjoyed both trips. Each time there have different things to see and plenty of ideas to inspire planting at home. The amount of seating around the gardens is perfect to sit and take it...More
Had a fabulous afternoon at Barnsdale I got lots of ideas for things I can do to my garden. I could have spent a day there. There are a large number of individual gardens to explore and even if there are other visitors they are...More
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Not being dog owners we hadn't taken notice of the arrangements for dogs. It appears that they can't be taken into the garden, but there's a small shaded parking area close to the entrance where they can be left in cars.