The grounds of Edgcott House cover about 6 acres. They include three fields, an ancient orchard and the formal gardens.
The gardens around the house were once formally styled, probably during the Victorian era. We are slowly working our way around them in an effort to restore them to their former glory. On initial exploration we have discovered tiered gardens, brick steps and brick edged paths winding their way up the hill behind the house.
The gardens are planted with many mature species of trees and bushes. There are also many different species of flowering shrubs and plants.
Once restored it will make a lovely place to enjoy breakfast, on warmer days of course, or to take walks during the day or in the evening.