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This garden lies in a magical setting on the banks of the River Avon beneath the walls of Warwick Castle. Winding paths lead round every corner to dramatic views of the castle and ruined Medieval Bridge. This informal cottage garden is a profusion...more
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This little garden can be seen from the water mill station at Warwick Castle, it's belongs to a couple who lovingly maintain this garden at the bottom of Mill Street. All proceeds go to charity.
This quaint little garden has several vantage points for some...More
The Mill Garden is a beautiful place. I've been in spring, summer and autumn, and there is always something different to see in this beautifully maintained gem of a garden. With the enormous, majestic walls of Warwick Castle immediately adjacent and the water running over...More
I visited on a wet day after a walking tour of the area. What a delightful spot! The small donation, which mostly goes to charity I believe, was well spent. The old ruined bridge is right in front with the castle on the right. There...More
Beautiful scenery the gardens are kept with great care and respect. Went here in the summer was very busy with families. They also have events throughout the summer. Came back to visit so have seen the gardens in two different seasons.
This is a romantic garden directly bordering Warwick castle.
It is very small though, about the size of a german ``Schrebergarten''. It doesn't really feel like a sight, more like a private owner opening up his back yard to visitors. It costs 2.50 for adults,...More
Response from TheMillGardens | Property representative |
A discreet picnic would be fine, as long as you didn't mind being tucked away from the central lawns and not spread out on the lawn. We need to make sure all visitors can wonder around freely, to enjoy the garden and... More
A discreet picnic would be fine, as long as you didn't mind being tucked away from the central lawns and not spread out on the lawn. We need to make sure all visitors can wonder around freely, to enjoy the garden and views.
We look forward to seeing you and hope you enjoy your visit.