Prior Park Landscape Garden
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This is a magnificent 18th Century National Trust Garden with fantastic views over Bath. It is a National Trust Property so it is free if you are a National Trust member or there is a fee to enter if you are not. Prior Park is roughly a 40 minute drive from the property.
If you’re visiting Bath for the day but feel the need to get out in the open, head to this 18th-century landscape garden in the city, created by local entrepreneur Ralph Allen, with advice from 'Capability' Brown and the poet Alexander Pope. It is a place to take a walk and experience the beautiful…
A beautiful part of Bath to discover, lovely grounds below leading Prior Park house which is a large Georgian mansion (a school which you cannot visit but the outside is lovely to see as a prime example of Georgian architecture). It overlooks Bath, with a lake and Palladian bride at the bottom…
National Trust owned landscape garden with views over Bath. Includes refreshment shed and seating and one of four Palladian Bridges in the world. About 20 minutes walk from the annexe.
“Until January 2021, hosting Grayson Perry - The Early Years, which is very interesting as long as you are broad minded! Also has collections of the previous Victorian owner including paintings of those who have visited Bath in the past. ”
“These historic Roman baths made the City of Bath what it is today. The hot spring waters filter down from the Mendip Hills where The Lodge is based!”
“Distance: 6-mile loop A glorious circular walk with the city of Bath – a UNESCO World Heritage Site – at your feet, this National Trust signposted route travels through meadows, ancient woodlands and secluded valleys with stunning views. On the way, you’ll pass the 18th-century Prior Park Landscape Garden, a Palladian bridge, the ruins of Sham Castle and a plethora of wildlife. For directions, visit nationaltrust.org.uk/ bath-skyline.”
“I am a Jane Austen fan so have been here twice. It is small so wont take up much of your day so you will have plenty of time over to enjoy the rest of Bath. ”