Eastleach House Gardens
Eastleach House Gardens
A quiet 14 acre garden in a secluded corner of the Cotswolds, Eastleach House Garden is a hidden treasure. There are three distinct garden sections. The first is the Rill Garden, arranged about a quiet stream running down a gentle slope, with curving paths lined by box hedges.

The garden runs down to a striking row of nine Sorbus trees at the bottom. At the top there are plantings of colourful irises.

The second area is the South Lawn; an open lawned area edged by clipped hedges. Along one side is a raised border, with shrubs and evergreen trees trimmed to create an ever-changing pattern of shape, size, and colour. The third area is the Walled Garden, with carefully crafted topiary, rose arches, and two small knot gardens.

Visits are by arrangement with the owners. Please see the official website for current details.

Eastleach House Gardens were featured in the book 'Secret Gardens Of The Cotswolds' by Victoria Summerley and Hugo Rittson-Thomas.