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Kiftsgate Court Gardens – Chipping Campden 

Hello loves! 

Happy 1st of June! I can’t believe it’s June already. Where on earth is the time going? Well in true British style, it’s pouring down here where I am. Therefore, I saw this as my perfect opportunity to show you some photos from a very lovely place I visited. 

Kiftsgate Court Gardens is a little hidden gem. It’s stunning. Three generations of women have created and maintained this little beauty. 

I really liked this little water feature. It felt very modern and contemporary, yet it still fitted in with the whole feel of the gardens. 

The range of flowers and trees were astounding. Time, love and thought has been spent on making this garden beautiful; a place for everyone to enjoy. 

I thought these flowers were particularly lovely. The colours were beautiful. These were my favourites from our day out. 

Finally, tucked away, right at the bottom was this lovely swimming pool. The view I cannot describe. The Cotswolds are beautiful regardless of the clouds. You can see me standing just before it! 

For more information, see the website on the image above. It really is a wonderful little place. 

Have a great start to June everyone! 

Big love xx


“From that moment on, the world was hers for the reading. She would never be lonely again.”

14 thoughts on “Kiftsgate Court Gardens – Chipping Campden 

      1. I am well 🙂 Finally free from University for the summer, so I will Hopefully be able to take some trips to these kind of places, Is Kiftsgate one of the National trust properties? I always enjoy visiting those


      2. No it’s not, but it’s opposite one! Hidcote is over the road and that’s so beautiful as well. I love exploring and looking around these sorts of places. Enjoy your summer! Finally time for you to relax.

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  1. I’m wondering how old the estate is. The landscape, pools, etc. are lovely. My favorite picture is #3, with the flowers of various colors spilling over timeworn bricks. The story of these gardens and the women gardeners who designed them reminds me of a movie I saw recently, a period piece starring Kate Winslet and Alan Rickman (how I miss him!!) called A Little Chaos.


    1. Ohhh I’ve never heard of that! (My film knowledge is absolutely ridiculous) but I love Rickman and Winslet. Thanks for mentioning!
      Hmm I probably should have put that in my post. Oops! It dates from the 1920s and each generation have added to it. I’m not sure the specifics as I didn’t buy a guidebook but it’s really lovely.

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