Miserden Estate relaunches with an exciting new programme of activities

With new ways to explore the grounds and get closer to nature, Miserden Estate is launching a new programme of activities for visitors, this May 2022 – including a new Woodland Afternoon Tea – a perfect opportunity for a first-time visit, if you haven’t been before.

By Zoe Gater  |  Published

Encompassing an impressive 850-acres of woodland and farmland, the Miserden Estate team has worked hard to develop a programme packed with activities, offering visitors brand-new ways to explore the picturesque grounds, from May 2022.

From Saturday 28 May 2022, rambling visitors can look forward to experiencing the timeless 17th century walled garden which offers stunning views over the deer park, rolling Cotswold hills and beyond.

Brand-new for 2022, The Potting Shed craft and garden shop will be showcasing local crafts, some of which are being created by the team at the estate.

Plus, The Glasshouse Café will relaunch, offering visitors lunches, tea and cake in the beautiful atmospheric glasshouse surroundings – a delightful treat at the end of any walk!

To add to the list of experiences at Miserden, dining packages such as the Woodland Afternoon Tea will be served under the canopy of the trees, with a fern covered carpet and great trees stretching overhead – which is set to become ‘the ultimate Cotswold indulgence’.

Estate owner Nicholas Wills said: ‘We’ve been busy developing new ways for visitors to enjoy Miserden – we’re looking forward to welcoming visitors back to The Glasshouse Café and have a schedule of workshops focusing on the inspiration of the woodland that surrounds us.

‘We’re also developing a nature walk around the much loved Lake Walk at Miserden and are relaunching our successful pop-up restaurants’.

To coincide with the grand opening, The Cotswold Sculpture Association will also be hosting an exhibition in the Garden at Miserden – ‘Creating Spaces 2022’. Using the grounds as the canvas, the exhibition will feature over one hundred art pieces for visitors to view.

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