It is one of my favourite gardens. It has the most amazing 'bone structure' with topiary and yew hedges carving out areas and creating views through the garden, which are then punctuated with statues or structures as focal points. It is a really cleverly planned garden.
The backdrop is a beautiful Tudor manor house, but on a tiny scale. Which is handy, as I love small buildings the best.
Tomorrow I'll show you a different side to this garden.
In the meantime, maybe someone can help me? I am driving myself mad. This garden always makes me think of a film I saw twenty years ago, which I thought was called 'The Architect's Apprentice'. It is a film set in a garden like this. The story evolves during a Georgian or rococo garden party where the eponymous apprentice gets involved in some illicit romantic adventures. It is all powdered wigs, brocade sack dresses for ladies and knee length breeches for men. But I can't find anything on the internet about it. Can anyone help?