Milton Lodge Gardens

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Garden Category: South West England Gardens

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  • Mature, alkaline terraced garden of great charm, overlooking Wells Cathedral and the Vale of Avalon. The garden was conceived about 1900 by Mr Charles Tudway, the present owner’s great grandfather. Dating from 1909, it was replanned in 1962 with mixed borders, old-fashioned roses, ground cover, numerous climbers and old established yew hedges. Fine trees in garden and in separate 7 acre arboretum dating from early 19th century and situated on opposite side of the Old Bristol Road. Garden and arboretum registered Grade II on National Heritage Registry of Historic Parks and Gardens. During the first ten years of the 20th Century the sloping ground was transformed into the existing series of architectural terraces, specifically to capitalise on the glorious views of the Cathedral and the Vale of Avalon.

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