WELCOME

Gardens in or near Crediton

The market town of Crediton in Devon lies in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the northern edge of Dartmoor. It has much to offer the tourist with plenty of places to stay in and around the town. It is an ideal centre for exploring Dartmoor and Exmoor and for many outdoor activities such as walking rock climbing, fishing, golf and cycling. Gardens in or near Crediton Knightshayes and Killerton are listed below.
4 Results In Or Near Crediton
12.0 miles from the centre of Crediton
Explore the Beautiful Knightshayes Garden The celebrated Knightshayes Garden, was originally planned in the late 1870s and then replanted in the 1950s. Crisply-managed formal terraces and a rather formal woodland garden with a water lily pool and topiary, specimen trees, rare shrubs, swathes of hellebores, trilliums and delightful seasonal colours. Famous and deliciously simple pool garden inside hedges. There is a fully productive Victorian walled garden and attractive woodland walks...
8.6 miles from the centre of Crediton
Explore the beautiful Gardens of Killerton Killerton is a famous woodland hillside garden full of splendid old and special trees including innumerable record-breaking specimens, many introduced by the plantsman Veitch, rare shrubs, beautiful herbaceous borders, crocus, daffodils, bluebells, an ice-house. A huge estate with walks through the park, woods and Devon countryside. Thatched `Bear´s Hut´ summerhouse and formal terrace by `father of wild gardening´ William Robinson.
9.8 miles from the centre of Crediton
Stone Lane Gardens is a lovely woodland and water garden, with National Collections of birch and alder trees. Between May and October, the garden hosts the Mythic Garden sculpture exhibition, showing imaginative artwork in a wide variety of media. The garden is open 7 days a week, all year round.
Reviews: (3)
9.4 miles from the centre of Crediton
The Castle Drogo garden is a terraced garden with yew hedges, herbaceous borders and a rose garden. There is also a rhododendron garden, a croquet lawn and the Bunty House (Wendy House).
This website uses cookies. Click here to read our Privacy Policy.
If that’s okay with you, just keep browsing. CLOSE