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Home to one of the largest private tree collections in the country, Batsford Arboretum offers visitors year round interest - from lush, spring colour provided by the beautiful Japanese flowering cherries to autumn’s spectacular natural fireworks...more
All reviews autumn colours garden centre lovely walk handkerchief tree beautiful trees giant redwoods japanese rest mobility scooter lovely cafe gift shop lovely place to visit couple of hours few hours entrance fee for sale coffee and cake lovely afternoon
Have come here several times. Today the Arboretum was closed due to high winds. So we took ourselves off to the cafe and had Roast Chicken dinner and Mozzarella, Basil and Tomato Quiche. Both were delicious and great value. It’s a bit canteeny but that’s...More
This is a beautiful place to visit with good parking and a lovely garden centre with a cafe. Dogs can be taken on wonderful walks and made welcome. The garden centre is excellent and worth a visit by gardeners and those of us with less...More
Extensive site with a large collection of trees, nearly all of which were handily labelled! The Snowdrops were just going over and being replaced by daffodils. And the magnolias were in full bud. Far from overcrowded - well it was 10.30am on a Friday morning...More
Such a lovely place. Visited as the snowdrops were finishing and before the magnolias burst out but it was still a beautiful place to explore. Plenty of lovely vistas and benches strategicly placed so you could enjoy these. Staff were friendly and helpful.
my wife and i along with our dog Jenny came for the afternoon as it was a lovely day and we was not disappointed. It was the first time we came and she enjoyed herself as we did too. The food was lovely as it...More
Batsford Arboretum is well worth a visit. Very reasonable entry fee which is definitely worth it. Snowdrops, cyclamen and hellebores in full flower also quite a lot of early daffodils made a stunning display. Lots to see with a short walk or a longer one...More
Absolutely beautiful! Despite visiting in February the arboretum was lovely. Lots of trees, flowers and points of interest to see. There are also some great views over the countryside. The paths are all well maintained so very easy to explore. The food in the cafe...More
A grey cloudy day did little to invigorate the senses but nevertheless a pleasant enough walk through the grounds with some impressive redwoods, plenty of snowdrops some daffodils, cyclamen and winter aconites There is a lovely little church and a small stream with feature red...More
Spent an hour on the decking enjoying the February sunshine drinking a well earned pot of tea. We had walked from Moreton-in-Marsh across the beautiful Cotswolds countryside. As you can see from the picture blue sky all round.
Although the Arboretum is on a hillside, there is a pathway suitable for a mobility scooter. This takes you across the arboretum, alongside the hedge and up to the church. Other parts of the arboretum may prove more... More
Although the Arboretum is on a hillside, there is a pathway suitable for a mobility scooter. This takes you across the arboretum, alongside the hedge and up to the church. Other parts of the arboretum may prove more difficult as they are over unmade paths.
Hello. We welcome well behaved dogs in the arboretum and visitor centre (including the cafe). Dogs must be kept on a short lead at all times and we ask visitors to clean up after their dogs using any of the outdoor litter... More
Hello. We welcome well behaved dogs in the arboretum and visitor centre (including the cafe). Dogs must be kept on a short lead at all times and we ask visitors to clean up after their dogs using any of the outdoor litter bins around the site.