Stowell Park is the home of Lord William Vestey. These magnificent gardens, one of the most outstanding of the Cotswolds, were created by Lord Vestey's mother, the late Lady Celia Vestey.  With breathtaking views of the Coln Valley, the gardens are elegantly terraced and have exquisite borders on the various levels. As you walk upwards from the house into the walled gardens, you will pass through the cut flower garden of half an acre which has a very fine collection of herbaceous plants. You will then enter the kitchen garden where the protection of the walls allows earlier vegetable production than would normally be possible in the Cotswolds. Here stand the impressive vineries and peach houses which are kept in immaculate condition. The other glass houses in this garden are maintained at different temperature levels to grow a wide range of pot plants, from alpine flowers to tropical orchids.

How to find Stowell Park:

From Cirencester take the A429 (Fosseway) north towards Stow. After Fossbridge follow the high stone wall on your left until you reach the gate lodge and then turn left into the drive.

From the A40 take the A429 (Fosseway) south towards Cirencester, cross the traffic lights at Northleach and, after approximately one mile, follow the high stone wall on your right until you reach the gate lodge and then turn right into the drive. The entrance will be clearly marked by yellow signs.




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