About Great Fosters
Great Fosters is set amongst 50 acres of formal gardens and parkland. Originally designed by W H Romaine Walker and Gilbert Jenkins they are amongst the finest Arts and Crafts gardens in Europe. They have recently been restored by Kim Wilkie and are tended by Estate Manager Russell Dixon and his dedicated team of five gardeners.
Where is Great Fosters located?
Great Fosters is located on the outskirts of Egham, Surrey and minutes from J13 of the M25 or the A30
What style of garden is Great Fosters?
Great Fosters is set in 50 acres of formal gardens and parkland. These include topiary & statuary sit in a knot garden encompassed within a Saxon moat, a fountain by a wisteria draped wooden Japanese bridge and a beautiful rose garden with arches and pergolas encircle a sunken lily pond. great Fosters has a huge glasshouse & kitchen garden, an apiary and also rears pigs. A lake, four ‘secret’ gardens and a grassed amphitheatre at the end of the lime avenue complete one of England’s most outstanding Arts and Crafts movement gardens.
What can guests enjoy at Great Fosters?
Visitors can wander through the grounds and afterwards enjoy lunch, afternoon tea or dinner on the Terrace overlooking the gardens in fine weather or inside during the chillier months.
Great Fosters also has a Hotel and Venue:
Information on Great Fosters garden , Stroude Road , Egham
|Opening Times:||All year, Daily 09:00-17:00.|
|Location:||From The South M25: Exit at junction 13 and turn right at the roundabout, keep in the lane signposted A30 Egham towards the Town Centre. Please see our website for further directions.|
3 Rosette Restaurant, Outside Dining, Teas (inside and on the terrace), Free Parking, Limited Disabled Access
|Parkland / Woodland Acreage:||20|
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