Savill Garden

Windsor & Eton

Created in the 1930s by Sir Eric Savill in the southern reaches of Windsor Great Park, this pretty 14-hectare garden includes ornamental beds, woodlands and a rose garden. Head 5 miles south from Windsor Castle on the A308 then follow the brown signs.

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