Coughton Court is open to visitors for ten months of the year. read more
Two parallel, and beautifully pollarded, red-twig lime walks lead from the house into two sunken gardens heavily planted with an array of perennial flowers and roses to scent the air.
The first lawn is bordered by the yew hedges of the rotunda, which frame the view of the hills beyond the river. Many ornamental trees have been planted in order to provide seasonal interest, and to further enhance the vista of the rolling Warwickshire countryside.
Each of the sunken gardens has a distinct planting scheme, and are named the Silver Sunken Garden and Golden Sunken Garden respectively.
Invitation to View
April 25th (Spring bulb display)
July 11th (Roses)
Daffodil Society National Show
April 16th - 17th 2016
20th June - 5th July 2015
Coughton Court has been home to the Throckmortons, one of the UK's oldest...read more
Historic house Coughton Court stands in 25 acres of grounds containing some of...read more