Garden Breaks on the South Coast of England

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Horticultural Gardens

There are a number of stunning Horticulture Gardens on the South Coast of England. All are within easy reach of the hotel and below is a selection of the finest Horticultural Gardens for guests to explore.

Exbury Gardens - 20 Minutes from Chewton Glen - A 200 Acre woodland garden world-famous for the spring displays of rhododendrons, azaleas, camellias and magnolias. Visit in summer for riverside walks, shady picnics and herbaceous borders, or autumn to enjoy spectacular displays of colour from the Japanese maples, deciduous azaleas and dogwoods that flourish.

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Furzey Gardens - 30 Minutes from Chewton Glen - Furzey Gardens is a delightfully informal landscape garden with superb views over the New Forest. Renowned for its collection of Summer and Winter flowering shrubs and extensive collections of azaleas and rhododendrons. The heather shelter affords a shady retreat with views over the lake. Also to see is the cottage garden, heather garden, fernery and 16th Century forest cottage. Light refreshments including cream teas are available in the craft gallery and the tea terrace affords wonderful views over the gardens. The adjacent Will & Em gallery will be the venue for a variety of exhibitions by well-known artists including paintings, ceramic and sculpture.

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Compton Acres - 30 Minutes from Chewton Glen - Compton Acres invites you to escape to a different world. The new Compton Acres has more features than ever before. As well as its beautiful ten acres of gardens, there are exciting shopping opportunities, restaurants, a delicatessen, regular events, and, with further all-weather facilities planned for the near future, Compton Acres in Poole is fast becoming one of the most visited and prestigious attractions on the South Coast.

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Sir Harold Hillier Gardens - 1 hour from Chewton Glen - Situated three miles north-east of the historic market town of Romsey in the county of Hampshire, southern England, the Sir Harold Hillier Gardens (formerly known as the Hillier Arboretum) are named in memory of their founder, the late Sir Harold Hillier (1905-1985), a member of the nursery family. Visitors to the Gardens will find something to interest them throughout the year. Frosty days of January, with the perfume of the witch hazels' strange spidery flowers filtering through the Gardens, gradually change to the flamboyant blooms of the spring flowering camellias, magnolias, rhododendrons and azaleas. These are followed by the heady scents of summer's flowering shrubs and herbaceous plants before the autumn season of fiery hues.

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Spinners Gardens - 1 hour 15 minutes from Chewton Glen - A woodland garden with an internationally known nursery on a slope overlooking the River Lymington valley with Azaleas, Rhododendrons, Magnolias, Camellias, Japanese Maples, Hydrangeas, and other rare shrubs interplanted with a wide variety of choice woodland and ground cover plants.

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