Goldney House

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Garden Category: South West England Gardens

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  • One of the lesser known treasures of Bristol is the garden of Goldney House, in the centre of Clifton. Created in the early 18th century by the Quaker merchant, Thomas Goldney III, the garden consists of a formal parterre, a herb garden, an orchard now replanted with original species, a wild paddock, and five unique follies; an ornamental canal; a high Gothic tower commanding fine views of Bristol; a gazebo; a mock bastion; and the famous subterranean grotto, with its lion’s den, cascade, and walls lined with shells, fossils and minerals.

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