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All reviews roman ruins woodland garden small museum the main house cake every corner lovely visit deer grazing taurus crafts the main road well worth a visit will visit again baguette lovely cafe sandwiches rhododendrons tadpoles
Lydney Park Estate has so much to offer,from amazing grounds to walk around to Taurus Crafts that offer a lovely cafe,quaint and unusual shops/boutiques a fabulous garden centre and amazing events throughout the year for everyone.
We make sure we visit the gardens at least once a year during the few months it is open. The highlights for me are seeing the stunning swathes of pink and red when the flowers are in bloom, and seeing the deer up close. Its...More
Love it here the colours and smells are amazing in the spring time especially if you catch it at the right time when everything is in bloom. The Roman ruins are interesting and also pose as a fun play space for the kids. Also a...More
Living in Gloucester so many times you fail to visit what is on your doorstep. Lydney Park in the Forest of Dean is one such place. So for an afternoon out we ventured out to make a visit on a fine Spring Day. Only open...More
The woodland garden with rhododendrons and magnolias is delightful with easily navigable paths, with lovely ponds and plants on sale. The tea room is delightful with such a great choice of cakes and helpful staff. The Roman Villa and small museum are very enlightening. Excellent...More
Following heavy overnight rain our garden club coach trip arrived at these gardens. The staff were exceptionally helpful and friendly. When taking refreshments here you are seated in the panelled dining room of the mansion with fantastic views, a must do! We walked in their...More
Perched on the hillside the park enjoys fabulous views over the Severn estuary with the Cotswolds escarpment as a backdrop. But you come to see the rhododendron garden, and when we went in early May the show was just at the end of the first...More