Discover the magnificent Cliveden Set Gardens elevated above the Thames River with far-reaching views, these stunning Cliveden gardens in Berkshire embody the magnificence of a bygone era. Walk through a series of majestic gardens, each with its own distinctive charm. The gardens impress at every season, from the classic parterre with its ever-changing floral displays to the statuary and topiary in the Long Greenhouse. With miles of walks to explore, formal gardens give way to open glades, magnificent woodland and picturesque Thames riverside. It's a special place for families to explore with a play area with a storybook theme, a huge labyrinth and plenty of room to run around..
Where is Cliveden National Trust located?
Previously home to the Astor family, the Cliveden National Trust has beautiful gardens overlooking the Berkshire Thames
What can guests enjoy at Cliveden National Trust?
Scenic glades, tree-lined roads and picturesque riverside with miles of woodland walks to be found give way to the formal gardens.
The building is now a luxury hotel but from March to the end of October (timed ticket required) you can take a look inside by joining a short guided tour on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday afternoons.
The Storybook Play Den invites younger visitors to run wild while you play among the wooden carvings of favourite characters in the storybook while the 500 metres of winding paths in the Cliveden Maze make it a challenge for all ages to locate the middle.