Cerney House Gardens is a romantic, secret place in the Cotswolds, near to Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. They are part of the home of the Angus family. Set around a Victorian walled garden, they are described by Country Living as "what most people aspire to in their gardens – and few achieve". The late Lady Angus and her daughter Barbara developed the garden over the years with a lot of help from nature itself. Barbara had little garden experience when they first arrived but luckily Lady Angus had. When they viewed the property it was the walled garden that they first fell in love with. This was in the summer and they fell in love all over again when the following spring bulbs erupted from all corners.
We open 7 days a week, 364 days a year, rain or shine.
(or daylight hours during the Winter months)
Including Bank Holidays
There is usually no need to book
unless there is special event on after the normal opening hours.
You can pay with cash or contactless on arrival.
Adults £6 per person Children £1
Dogs on leads welcome
We do have disabled parking spaces available, please follow the signs from the main car park. We are a Cotswold location and are inevitably hilly! The walled garden is accessible to electric wheelchairs.
We do not however recommend manual wheelchairs due to the gravel paths and inclines.
Leave the hustle and bustle of today's world and visit Cerney House Gardens, where time seems to stand still. Let old-fashioned scents and colour surround you in this romantic secret garden. Explore the working organic kitchen garden amongst the overflowing herbaceous borders. Discover wildlife and woodland walks through our 40 acres of Cotswold parkland.
Cerney House Gardens, North Cerney, Cirencester, Glos, GL7 7BX