The Secrets behind some of our beautiful, British National Trust Gardens

May 26, 2020 4:56 pm


Tiny Kitchen gardens, superbly manicured lawns, acres of parklands and secluded secret gardens are all included in some of the magnificent, British National Trust Gardens you can choose to explore.  All year round the breath-taking beauty of these individually designed master-pieces of flora and fauna can be enjoyed by any garden enthusiast. Many of these artistic outdoor art studios incorporate a life-like Bronze Wildlife Sculpture to enhance the authenticity of the visitor’s experience.

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A National independent Charity, the Trust is an organisation dedicated to the conservation, protection and environmental well-being of naturally planted and precious flowers and plants.  With the ownership of over two hundred historic houses all of which are open to the public and most of which have glorious gardens attached to them the national Trust has some incredibly valuable assets in its portfolio. The Giant’s Causeway and the Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge in County Antrim, Ireland, the Cliveden Home and the Waddesdon Manor in Buckinghamshire are just four of the hundreds of examples of sites owned by the National Trust.

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Going on holiday to Exmouth in Devon then pay a visit to the quirky, sixteen sided, A La Ronde House there and explore its fine display of collectables and furnishings?  The stunning Acorn Bank Estate near Penrith in Cumbria is renowned for its fruit Orchards, herb gardens and delightfully landscaped exterior.  Finally, there is Alfriston Clergy House which was the very first building to be taken under the protective wing of the National Trust, all these gardens and preserved buildings are accessible to the public because of the hard work and dedication of this formidable Charity.