The Estate Office, The Claydon Estate, Middle Claydon, Buckingham, Buckinghamshire, MK18 2EX
The Gardens on the Claydon Estate are open by kind permission of the Verney family and are a classic example of an English country house garden, being both decorative and productive. The gardens were first created by John Sanderson between 1763 and 1776 for the 2nd Earl Verney, whose descendants have maintained and redeveloped them in their own styles ever since. Situated behind Claydon House the gardens include a 2 acre walled Kitchen Garden, a Pool Garden with a 19th century greenhouse, as well as the Box Garden and the Florence Nightingale Centenary Garden. These beautifully tended gardens give a stunning display of colour, balanced with the more practical and productive kitchen garden.
Seasonal produce is available to purchase directly from the gardens.
Claydon Gardens also has a Historic House:
Information on Claydon Gardens , The Estate Office , The Claydon Estate , Middle Claydon, Buckingham
|Opening Times:||10 Mar to 4 Nov 2018, Sat-Wed 11:00-17:00 (last admission 16:30)|
|Admission:||Adult £6.00, National Trust Members £5.00, Child £3.00/£2.50. Coach parties/Groups. Discounts apply, minimum 15 people. Garden Group Tours: £15.00pp by prior arrangement.|
|Child Friendly:||Children of all ages welcome|
|Location:||Situated alongside Claydon House in Middle Claydon; between Bicester and Aylesbury and signposted from A41, A421 and A413.|
Coaches Welcome, Gift Shop, Parking, Tea Room, Restaurant
Historic Houses Association
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