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Emmets Garden Tree Walk

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Emmets Garden

A second view point within the trees of which there are over 150 varieties.

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A: Emmets Garden Tree Walk

by Geoff Mather, 30 meters away

Emmets GardenThe trees are one of the exceptional features of Emmets Garden with over 150 varieties p...

Emmets Garden Tree Walk

B: Emmets Garden Rose Garden

by Geoff Mather, 140 meters away

Emmets GardenThe Rose Garden is also a feature that has only recently been restored and should look m...

Emmets Garden Rose Garden

C: Emmets Garden Rock Garden

by Geoff Mather, 140 meters away

Emmets GardenThe Rock garden is a newly restored feature based on old records.

Emmets Garden Rock Garden

D: Emmets Garden Entrance

by Geoff Mather, 180 meters away

Emmets GardenThe entrance walk leads pass the rock garden and onto the Rose gardens.

Emmets Garden Entrance

E: Chartwell Marlborough Pavilion

by Geoff Mather, 2.4 km away

ChartwellThis pavilion celebrates the Duke of Marlboroughs various battles.

Chartwell Marlborough Pavilion

F: Chartwell Front Lawn North

by Geoff Mather, 2.4 km away

ChartwellThis terrraced area to the North of the house can be approached via the Rose Gardens.

Chartwell Front Lawn North

G: Chartwell Pond

by Geoff Mather, 2.4 km away

ChartwellThis pond sits above the swimming pool and lakes and enjoys a wonderfull view to the South a...

Chartwell Pond

H: Chartwell Rose Garden

by Geoff Mather, 2.4 km away

ChartwellThe Rose Gardens located to the North of the house itself.

Chartwell Rose Garden

I: Chartwell Rose Garden

by Geoff Mather, 2.4 km away

ChartwellThe Rose Gardens from the West wall looking down to the Marlborough Pavilion.

Chartwell Rose Garden

J: Chartwell North Lawn

by Geoff Mather, 2.4 km away

ChartwellThis lawn leads from the Rose gardens onto the main terrace.

Chartwell North Lawn

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