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Larmer Tree Gardens

Tollard Royal, Salisbury SP5 5PT, England
+44 1725 516228
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Larmer Tree Gardens - a Hidden Gem

My husband has started passing the gates on a regular basis going to work and brought me here today... read more

Reviewed 26 March 2017
ClaireWRiley
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Templecombe, United Kingdom
Beautiful

I have been to Larmer Tree festival but this time came for a wedding. Wow, such a beautiful... read more

Reviewed 30 October 2016
Lollybucket
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Bristol, United Kingdom
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Tollard Royal, Salisbury SP5 5PT, England
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Reviewed 26 March 2017

My husband has started passing the gates on a regular basis going to work and brought me here today out of curiosity. A long elegant driveway leads you to plenty of parking. Walked in the main gate and passed a lovely tearoom, which we visited...More

2  Thank ClaireWRiley
Reviewed 30 October 2016

I have been to Larmer Tree festival but this time came for a wedding. Wow, such a beautiful location......and the most amazing wedding! It is set in such stunning countryside and the gardens are really beautiful, as are the peacocks!

2  Thank Lollybucket
Reviewed 26 October 2016

What a fantastic place to visit. No wonder why the rich & famous live around here. People have their wedding's here as the setting is out of this world. The drive to get to the place is through some most lovely villages. I would recommend...More

1  Thank Suelee101
Reviewed 5 October 2016 via mobile

A really nice Victorian Garden with a small tearoom looked after by a charming and helpful lady. We used the map provided to find our way around and finding the fairy doors a bit of fun and added to the interest. Enjoyed a good light...More

2  Thank JohnB042
Reviewed 8 September 2016 via mobile

I visited the Larmer Tree Gardens in Dorset for the first time with my fiancé last weekend for the End of the Road festival. I am 7mtjs pregnant and it did rain so I couldn't experience the gardens to their full splendour but I could...More

1  Thank Louise D
Reviewed 26 August 2016

We are regular visitors to the Larmer Tree Gardens. They are beautiful victorian pleasure gardens that have been lovingly restored. The tea room is excellent and I love watching the majestic peacocks. There is a great music festival that takes place here every summer which...More

Thank bowsera
Reviewed 18 August 2016

Bright sunshine always helps when visiting gardens but this place raises the game with numerous quirky buildings dotted around the whole area which you can explore. The gardens have the full range of plants from heathers and Gunnara in the sunken pond garden to woods...More

Thank Fetmoore
Reviewed 20 July 2016

This was my second year, and I have only given it 4 Stars this year, as it was not quite as good as last year. I was in the Camp Rushmoor - comfy camping, and I highly recommend this camp site. The Hot showers were...More

1  Thank Mandy C
Reviewed 20 July 2016 via mobile

Larmer Tree Festival in July takes place in these gardens; set in Cranbourne Chase, an Area of Outstanding Beauty. What a great festival. It has won awards fit the best small festival and the best toilets ! The showers and refuse/litter collection are really good...More

Thank yvonne c
Reviewed 18 July 2016

Portaloos were plentiful but dirty. We never saw them being cleaned and many had no paper. No other camping facilities in our field. Music was good but venue within the site was too small for the number of people.Had the feeling you were in a...More

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maz19502015
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Response from yvonne c | Reviewed this property |
It feels like it's in the middle of nowhere. When we went to the festival, we were sent directions for the last leg of the journey; down country lanes. That might have been to lessen the impact on people who live in the... More
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