Autumn is a special time of year, with the colours and the mood changing in the gardens and arboretums and taking on a different glow - appearing from the blankets of early morning mist and shimmering in all shades of autumn golds, reds and greens.
The Cotswolds with their quaint stone villages, splendid manors and cottages, gently rolling hills, trickling streams and wooded coombs offer some of the most beautiful gardens - rural England at its best!
Many stately homes and gardens, some designed by famous figures such as Capability Brown, William Kent and Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe, will be open until late autumn.
Experience the changing colours of the Cotswolds' best gardens and arboretums on our last guided Garden Tour of the year starting on 22 October for 4 nights.
On this holiday we'll be visiting Westonbirt Arboretum, a picturesque Victorian setting with 16,000 colourful trees giving off special fragrances at this time of year.
Discover the National Trust Garden at Hidcote, the Oxford University Arboretum and the Batsford Arboretum, one of the nation's favourite.
Please check our website for updated information on our Garden Tours and other Activity Holidays.