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Painswick Rococo Garden is a unique 18th century garden set in a hidden valley with lovely views of the surrounding countryside. Painswick Rococo Garden was designed in the 1740s as an English country gentleman's pleasure garden, a place for holding...more
All reviews entrance fee scones well worth a visit gift shop the kitchen couple of hours cake lovely cafe different areas interesting features cafe serves nature trail few hours pigeon house every corner enjoyed our visit red house
As we were visiting the Cotswolds in January we decided to take a trip to Rococo Garden to look at the snowdrops and they were so impressive. What is also impressive is the entrance to the gardens once you have bought your tickets (free for...More
We visited the gardens on a cold but sunny November day. It was easy to find and plenty of parking. There was a short walk to the entrance/cafe with some disabled parking close by. Entrance fees were very reasonable (£4 for us more mature folk)....More
Our first visit to Rococo Gardens. So glad we found this beautiful Gardens. We visited the Cotswold for a short break along with our dog. So obviously had to go onto the internet to find Dog friendly places to visit and enjoy. We were lucky...More
We were so pleased to have happened upon these gardens whilst exploring the Cotswolds. Even though it was November the gardens looked so lovely and the autumn colours on the tress was breathtaking. It is truly amazing what they are achieving here and the staff...More
Visited in late October and enjoyed exploring this attractive garden the well marked paths and interesting features made for a good experience. The maze is great fun though our dog did not get the idea of not crossing the hedges! The cafe was excellent- loved...More
Visited as another local tearoom had no scones! Good job we made it when we did (2-45pm) we got the last 2 fruit scones. They were not too bad at all & ham sandwich was tasty if ready made. Why are tearooms unable to ensure...More
Date of experience: October 2018
DomPHamilton, General Manager at Painswick Rococo Garden, responded to this reviewResponded 15 November 2018
Many thanks for your visit and for your review – we were pleased that you appreciated our scones when you visited our cosy Café. I just wanted to point out that we don’t freeze our scones as we don’t think they are anywhere near as...More
Staff always so friendly.
There was an offer on, if you took some painted rocks the children get in free.
Wonderful gardens, amazing for mindfulness practice.
Soya/almond milk and vegan cake in the cafe which was lovely to see.
They have expanded their woodland trail,...More
Visited with a 15 month old and 4 year old. It’s lovely to explore and connect children with the outdoors. On a practical level buggies are really hard pushing - ditch them and take a carrier. The cafe is nice for a snack but not...More
We visited the Rococo garden in October when Autumn was beginning to leave its mark on the trees and shrubs. However if you love gardens we recommend you visit this unique and lovely garden but perhaps earlier in the year to see it at its...More
Response from DomPHamilton | Property representative |
There are probably a couple of miles' walking if you explore the whole of the site, which is about 10 acres. The Garden was built in a hidden valley behind Painswick House so there are some very steep slopes and uneven... More
There are probably a couple of miles' walking if you explore the whole of the site, which is about 10 acres. The Garden was built in a hidden valley behind Painswick House so there are some very steep slopes and uneven surfaces. There's an access map available from the "Plan your visit" page of the website which might help - copies are also available from the Welcome Desk when you arrive.