• five-night accommodation with full breakfast;
  • All dinners in hotel;
  • Lunch at Barnsley;
  • Professional Tour guide;
  • Coach;
  • Guided Tours and Admissions to Gardens and Monuments in the tour;
  • Promotuscia Customer Service;
  • Medical luggage  insurance


  • Flights;
  • All dinners in the restaurants;
  • Drinks during meals;
  • Hotel Service porterage;
  • Local taxes;


  • Hotel The Mill and Old Swan
  • Hotel Millennium Baileys – Londra



Day 1

Arrival in  London Airport.

Here we meet our  tour guide Mrs. Isabel Wrench, great expert in gardens and landscape architecture of  Cotswolds.

Departure for Cotswolds.

Visit to the lovely town of Malmsbury, and  Abbey House Garden in Malmsbury. It covers an area of 5 acres, and was created in 1996. The lush plants are placed around the new Tudor’s house, next to the abbey.

Check in to  The Mill and Old Swan Hotel***** in Cotswolds and dinner.

Day 2

Breakfast in Hotel.

Visit to Mill Dene Garden. It is a very special garden of 2.5 acres, built around a small lake  of thermal spring water. Its terraces are located on steep slopes, each with its own style, and the mixture of colors in the fruits garden make it one of a kind.

Afterwards, we head to Hidcote for a  guided tour.  The garden was created by Lawrence Johnson in the early XX century, and  is one of the main examples of a  garden of the XX century. In order to protect it from cold winds, enormous hedges were planted. Johnson had done a great job in designing the garden and selecting the plants.   It became the first garden to be part of the National Trust in 1948.

Visit to Kiftsgate. The magnificent species of roses are the pride of the garden. This is the origins’  place of  Rose filipes ‘Kiftsgate’, which climbs between two trees of beech and a holly.

There is also a large variety of rare herbaceous. Leisure time for shopping in the old shops.
Return to the hotel and dinner.

Day 3

Breakfast in Hotel.

Visit to Rodmarton Garden. Both the house and the garden, were designed by Ernest Barnsley for the Biddulph family in 1909. It is an example of an  English garden, and typical of  the Crafts movement. The garden has been taken  as an example in many publications over the years. There is also a cherry grove.

Time for lunch.

In the afternoon, visit to Misarden Park Garden. It is a large and picturesque English garden, created roughly in the early XX century. We will stops in the most charming villages of  Cotswolds.
Dinner in hotel.

Day 4

Breakfast in Hotel and check out.

Departure and visit to Cerney House Garden.

The garden is set in a unique landscape, which extends up to a valley. The walled garden is full of plants, hedges, old roses and clematis.

Visit and Lunch at  Barnlsey. The visit will take place with the head gardener. Barnlsey is a beautiful 4-acre garden, from many contrasts and styles, surrounding the charming William and Mary’s house. It was  bought by Verey in 1951. After the death of Mrs. Rosemary Verey, the property has been transformed into a luxury hotel.

In the afternoon,  visit to the Old Rectory, near Cirencester. In the past,  it was the residence  of  Jean Renshaw’s sister, sister of Katherine Mansfield. In 1983 Mary Keen, writer and garden designer, realized an unusual garden, different in form and style.

Arrival in London.

Check in to Millennium Bailey’s Hotel in London.

Dinner in Hotel.

Day 5

Breakfast in Hotel.

Departure for  Hampton Court Palace Flower Show.

Hampton Court is a royal palace in Richmond-upon-Avon, located 11.7 miles south west of Charing Cross. It represents one of the landmarks in London that should be seen.
in the afternoon, transfer to Conran Shop Chelsea, located in the magnificent Michelin Building in Fulham Road.

Transfer to the Hotel.

In the evening  transfer to the Bluebird Restaurant for dinner (not included).

Return to the Hotel.

Day 6

Breakfast in Hotel and check-out.

Departure and visit to  Kew Gardens, the Royal Botanic Gardens of Knew,  best known as Kew Gardens.  They consists of a vast  complex  of   greenhouses, and gardens located between Richmond upon Thames and Kew, about 10 km south-west of London.  Since  July 2003 they are  UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Departure from London Airport.

End of the tour.