The Old Bell Garden

After breakfast we checked out of the hotel where we payed the release fee so that the room bear could come home with us. He was named after the room we stayed in (Henry Hanks). We then made our way to the market town, Stow-on-the-Wold where we had a quiet hour mooching around the shops.

Hanbury Hall

When we had finished we continued on our journey, stopping at Hanbury Hall for lunch and the gardens. The lunch was delicious and the gardens were challenging. The recent heavy rain falls had made some of the routes impossible and some creative thinking to navigate our way around the garden.

First Steps

9th June 2009

12 Comments CherryPie on May 24th 2016

12 Responses to “Malmesbury – Day Four”

  1. Mark in Mayenne says:

    They look to be fabulous gardens

    • CherryPie says:

      The top photo is the hotel garden, which is right next to the Abbey House Gardens. The other two photos are Hanbury Hall. Both are nice in different ways :-)

  2. James Higham says:

    Ragged nature and man-made and planned.

  3. Sean Jeating says:

    This duckling will make its way. : )

  4. Ayush says:

    i like the little fella on his flat bottomed “craft”, CP. and a nice view of those gardens through the brick walls.

  5. Mandy says:

    Look how gorgeous those gardens are!

  6. J_on_tour says:

    It’s nice how you’ve added some foreground colour to the first shot.