Welcome to Luxury England Tours

Private Garden Tours of England

England quite simply has some of the most beautiful and remarkable gardens in the entire world. For hundreds of years, passionate gardeners have perfected the art of creating gardens which are a true joy to explore. As you wander round these oases of colour, you will feel a profound sense of peace and relaxation. You will also learn a great deal about the fascinating history of England.
Contact Our Team For More Information

    Dedicated Tour Designer

    You will be assigned an expert tour designer that will work with you to build your perfect vacation.

    Elite Tour Management

    Exceptional attention to detail, organisation and care that delivers incredible memories every time.

    Expert Chauffeurs

    Our Drivers possess an unrivalled knowledge of our enchanting lands.

    Secure Payment

    Pay Online via our secure portal.  We accept VISA, AMEX, MASTERCARD, DISCOVER.

    Travel in Comfort & Style

    Private England Garden Tours

    The gardens don’t only offer flowers and trees, there is much more to see and do at these sites. There are sculptures, mazes, children’s play parks, lakes and water features, tea houses, abundant wildlife, art exhibitions, and orchards, all set within the grounds of magnificent country manors and castles. 

    At Luxury England Tours, we are the leading experts in carefully curating luxury tours that combine visits to the very best gardens in England with premium accommodation, private chauffeur service, and fine dining experiences, all meticulously planned to provide you with a fully bespoke holiday of a lifetime. 

    Contact Us

    With so many intriguing sites to visit in England, it can be tough to choose where you want to go. Luckily, our tour designers are on hand to chat through your interests and advise on what’s right for you.

    How It Works

    Creating the trip of a lifetime couldn’t be easier. Here’s how it works:

    Initial Enquiry
    During an initial discussion, our team will gather all the necessary information, including preferred dates, accommodation preference (4 or 5 star), interests and activities, size of the party, number of rooms required, and any dietary requirements.

    Draft Itinerary
    Our tour designers then use your information to create a full draft itinerary of your tour. This is curated into a PDF file, complete with pictures and full costing, and sent to you for revision.

    Itinerary Revision
    This is a crucial stage where you have full control to amend the itinerary. See something you don’t like? It’s gone. Fancy visiting somewhere we haven’t mentioned? Simply let us know and we will do everything in our power to create the ultimate itinerary for your group. And if you need any inspiration, our tour designers will be on hand to offer friendly advice.

    Final Draft and Deposit
    Once you are fully satisfied with the itinerary, we will consider it finalised. This is when you will make your deposit and the excitement really builds!

    As soon as your deposit is made, we book every aspect of your trip and once everything is arranged, we will send you a confirmation email.

    Here Are A Few Of Our Favourite English Gardens

    Leonardslee Lakes and Gardens

    After a 10 year restoration project, Leonardslee Lakes and Gardens reopened to the public to once again wow visitors with its majestic beauty. Classified as a grade 1 listed garden, Leonardslee has lots to shout about.

    Numerous protected species of plants and trees are lovingly looked after here, forming a colour palette that is splendid all year round.

    Then there is the huge variety of wildlife, including kingfishers, Sika deer, and the beloved Bennett’s Wallabies, which have been here for over 100 years. If you’re lucky, you might spy a glimpse of the baby joeys clinging to their mothers.

    With all that and much more to see, Leonardslee is a great day out for all the family.

    Arundel Castle and Gardens

    In terms of location, it doesn’t get much better than Arundel Castle and Gardens. With commanding views over the nearby river, an imposing motte and keep, and a 1,000 year old castle that rivals any in England, prepare to feel like you’re floating around in a fairy-tale at Arundel.

    There is great variety at Arundel Gardens, including the pristine Fitzalan Chapel’s white garden, tropical gardens, glasshouses, and the bountiful kitchen garden.

    One of the most unusual spots at Arundel is the Stumpery. Years after a huge storm brought down many old trees, head gardener Martin Duncan turned tragedy into opportunity. He reused the abandoned stumps, planting them upside down to display their sprawling roots, and surrounding them with flowers that weave between them, culminating in a unique garden you are unlikely to find anywhere else.  

    Wisley Gardens

    Home to the Royal Horticultural Society, Wisley Gardens plays a crucial part in the continual development in not only how gardening is done, but what we know about its beneficial impact.

    There are over 30 different gardens to explore at Wisley, including the world food garden, wildlife garden, oakwood, alpine meadow, and Bowes-Lyon rose garden, as well as the Jellicoe Canal and Jubilee Arboretum.

    For those who want to learn more about gardening, the Wisley Home of Gardening Science has a visitor centre demonstrating the vitally important research they conduct on how gardening is good for our health and can help us understand and combat climate change. There is also a series of talks and practical demonstrations teaching you the skills to improve your understanding of the fascinating world of gardening. 

    As Seen in: