This tour is not scheduled to run in 2020, but it may be possible to arrange it for a large enough party.
This garden tour is based at The Arundel House Hotel, Chesterton Road, Cambridge for the first three days allowing us to explore the gardens, ancient buildings and countryside in and close to the city. On the third evening, after visiting a village of open gardens, we take up residence at The Bedingfeld Arms situated on the Green in the pretty village of Oxborough in Norfolk where we stay for the next 3 nights. While here we visit the National Trust owned Oxburgh Hall at Oxborough and Wimpole Hall beyond Cambridge. We also explore some private gardens including Hale Hall, Hythe Cottage (belonging to Barbara) and the impressive gardens at East Ruston Old Vicarage begun in the 1980s. This garden tour ends at Norwich railway station which has an hourly service to London. The Pepys Library, Cambridge (photo Cindy McGregor)
The price of this tour is £tba. This covers B&B for five nights in double or twin bedded rooms but not evening meal; all transport; garden entrance and personal guiding through out. Evening meals can be arranged for an extra price.
Flora’s small group tours typically have 5-7 of us in a comfortable 8 seater vehicle. Dr Sommerville plans and guides all tours, enthusiastically describing the plants, scenery and architecture which we encounter.
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