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. The Great Lawn is perfect for croquet and other lawn games.
The riverside terrace is wonderful in the Summer months when guests can enjoy an idle hour with a drink and lunch.
We have a romantic riverside swing, which hangs from a beautiful tree on the Great Lawn, a Walled Garden to the back as well as a Secret Garden to explore. A door in the wall takes you through to the picturesque churchyard of the beautiful neighbouring church.
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 grounds are surrounded by rolling fields, the river and woodland.
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.