The gardens at Bibury Court are in keeping with our ethos; understated beauty created through time and care.
There are six acres of grounds edged by the River Coln, where guests are encouraged to try a little private fly-fishing. We'll even cook the catch for you should you be lucky or skilled enough to hook a few fish.
There is plenty of space for children to play, secluded areas in which to take romantic afternoon tea and a naturally growing orchard to explore.
The gardens have a varied collection of trees and shrubs with many of them over 100 years old; these include Plain Oaks, Lime Trees, Horse Chestnuts, a Paulonia and a Cedar.
Many parts of the grounds are underplanted with late winter and spring bulbs. With flowering shrubs and trees lining a large herbaceous border Bibury Court produces a wonderful year round floral display.
The gardens are now producing herbs for the kitchen and flowers for the tables.
If you would like to book a room or table, please click on the "Book your Room" or "Reserve a Table" buttons at the top right of our site. Alternatively, you can contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or on
01285 740 337.