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  1. Olga Polizzi's hotel in the Tamar Valley. Endsleigh comes complete with such delights as a thatched dairy for the duchess and an unlived-in little house in the woods, built specifically so that, when the fire was lit by a boy who rowed across the river every morning, a charming wisp of smoke would emerge from the treetops to ‘animate’ the landscape.

  2. Der mit dem Haus angelegte formale, ummauerte Barockgarten mit geschnittenen Gehölzen und Alleen wurde in den 1790er Jahren nach Plänen von Humphry Repton umgestaltet. Der heute 10 ha umfassende Garten fällt an der Nordseite mit weiten Rasenflächen und von Steineichen gerahmten Sichtachsen zum Lynher River ab.

  3. 30/07/2022 · It was Richard Puller who was landscape gardener Humphry Repton’s first client in the Woodford district. Repton made three visits to Woodford and provided drawings for the work he proposed in the autumn of 1790, and so it seems that Repton may have designed the parkland which later became the bulk of the Monkhams estate.

  4. 07/08/2022 · These historic views, which are still enjoyed today, were designed by the celebrated landscape designer, Humphry Repton, over two-hundred years ago. The terraces are in bloom with displays of iceberg and rugosa roses and there are playful surprises in the form of garden sculptures and topiary.

  5. About this photo book. IGPOTY Book – Collection 11. This stunning hardback volume of the world's finest garden photography showcases the winners and best entries for the International Garden Photographer of the Year Competition 11 and accompanies a major exhibition at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew in February 2018.

  6. › days-out › regioneastofNorfolk Coast | National Trust

    12/08/2022 · Wander through Sheringham Park and you'll soon realise why this place became the personal favourite of its designer, Humphry Repton. Famous for its vast collection of rhododendrons and azaleas, climb a viewing tower for breathtaking views above the tree-tops and out to sea.