Stunning parkland and landscapes that welcome dogs!

Location: Portsmouth Road, Cobham, Surrey, KT11 1AA

Description: In outer South West London this Grade I listed garden is a stunning award-winning 18th century landscape. Winding paths meander through astounding views, delightful follies, beautiful garden buildings, the Serpentine Lake, and extensive woodland,

It was the masterwork of Charles Hamilton and built between 1738 and 1773 after he was inspired by Renaissance landscape painting.

Make sure you locate the ruined abbey, crystal grotto, gothic temple, the waterwheel, the hidden Hermitage, Painshill Vineyard, and Turkish tent.

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Stunning parkland and landscapes that welcome dogs!

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