Cottages near RHS RosemoorIf you are visiting RHS Rosemoor and looking for an apartment, hotel or other accommodation, Moorparks Holiday cottages are just under 5 miles away, a 7 minutes drive on one straight road. Moorparks Cottages are just outside the village of Beaford. We are less than a mile from our family friendly village pub, which also serves great food. There are a number of pub/restaurants within a five mile radius of us. We have a number of National Trust properties and others gardens in Devon you can visit (see below). Our cottages are set in the grounds of Moorparks, a Grade 11 listed building and within 11 acres of Devon countryside. Each cottage has its own private garden and patio with space and furniture for outside eating. The Cottage has an area of decking overlooking one of the sheep paddocks. We pride ourselves on making sure the cottages are as comfortable and pristine as possible with everything you may need.
With RHS Rosemoor gardens so close, it would be a shame to not visit. 65 acres of beautiful gardens to explore with formal, informal plantings, woodland walksand a wonderful veg garden. There are many events happening throughout the year with the fantastic ‘Night Glow‘ towards the end of the year.
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Gardens to visit in Devon while you’re here
Castle Hill GardensA short trip and you can be at Castle Hill Gardens. 50 acres of historic parkland surrounding the 18th century Palladian Mansion House which are open all year round. So much to see and explore amongst the garden and woodland gardens. Within the landscapes you will see the statues, follies and temples built through the years. The Millennium garden has a wonderful water feature which leads onto the walled garden.
RHS Members Castle Hill Gardens are a Partner Garden for 2020 and welcome members of the RHS throughout the season. Free Access (Member 1) Monday-Thursday.
Tapley ParkTapley park, again just a 15 minute journey but well worth the drive. The Park overlooks the river Torridge and the North Devon coastline. Its’ 13.5 acres of grounds renowned for their gardens, lakes and ponds. Their walled garden and rare greenhouses built in the 1930’s house many old fruit trees which still thrive.
RHS Members Tapley Park are also Partner Garden for 2020 and welcome members of the RHS. Free Access (Member 1) Sun–Fri, 1–31 May and 1–25 Oct.
National garden scheme.The National Garden Scheme raises money for health charities through opening private volunteers’ gardens to the public. With over 3,700 registered gardens in England and Wales, you’ll always find one not too far away. Check the website to see what is near.
Links to nearby Gardens to visit in Devon.Marwood Hill Garden – 20 acre private garden with three lakes and an impressive collection of plants, schrubs and trees.
Arlington Court Garden – Formal gardens, a fantastic consevatory and a restored walled kitchen garden all set within the grounds surrounding Arlington House.
Hartland Abbey Gardens – Beautiful gardens, much of them hidden since 1914. Woodland walks, walled gardens and a bog garden set within the grounds of the last monastery to be dissolved in 1539.
Docton Mill and Gardens – RHS Partnership Garden every Saturday throughout the season
Visit National Trust properties in Devon while you’re here.Arlington Court – A Regency house and collection of horse-drawn vehicles, set in a picturesque garden.
Baggy Point – Overlooking Croyde, one of the best surfing beaches in North Devon.
Castle Drogo – Undergoing conservation at the moment, but still open. A wonderful castle overlooking the Teign Gorge.
Dunsland – Dunsland is a historic manor with parkland perfect for a walk or picnic.
Hartland – Miles of unspoilt coastline, rugged cliffs, valleys and woodlands.
Heddon Valley – Landscape with towering cliffs, coves and wooded valley within Exmoor National Park.
Lundy – Catch a ferry or helicopter to Lundy, see the puffins and other seabirds.
Watersmeet – A dramatic river gorge walk with a wonderful tea shop and garden at the end. See our visit Here