Wrest Park, Bedfordshire
A distinctive feature of this park can be considered that it reflects 3 centuries of park design and 4 national styles: French, Dutch, Italian and English. After walking around the garden and enjoying the view of blossoming flower beds, forests and a lake, look for less obvious but equally interesting sights of the garden. For example, Bath house with a floor with a pattern of deer bones, as well as a Chinese temple and statues of the park.
Another masterpiece created by Lancelot Brown, Harewood House is the home of 100 acres of perfectly trimmed gardens. Parts of the park are divided into terraces and gardens, dedicated to individual plant species. And for birdwatchers, there is a Garden of birds with penguins, owls, flamingos and parrots.
Weston Park, Staffordshire
Is it possible to consider something more English than a garden complex, where all the walls are made of neatly trimmed bushes? The garden was created in the XVIII century, but here in a beautiful condition sculptures, labyrinths and amazing flower meadow preserved.
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