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Snowshill Manor
Snowshill
Broadway
Worcestershire

WR12 7JU | View map
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This delightful Arts and Crafts garden was designed by its owner, Charles Paget Wade, as a series of outdoor rooms to complement his traditional Cotswold stone manor house. The first National Trust garden to be managed following organic principles, it is a lively mix of architectural features, bright colours and delightful scents with spectacular views across the Cotswolds. A tranquil spot to enjoy the sounds of running water, bird song and the wind in the trees.

* Enchanting floral displays
* Working kitchen garden
* Restaurant with stunning views over the Cotswold countryside
* Shop selling National Trust gifts and souvenirs
*Varied programme of events and activities running throughout the year

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Months Open: 19th March - 31st October
Manor closed for 2004
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes
Car Parking: Yes
Admission Price: Adults: 3.80
Children: 1.90
Gift Shop: Yes
Catering: Restaurant serving homemade lunches andafternoon teas

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