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England's Great Glasshouses for Solo TravellersSummer Gardens of Dorset

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GARDENS BUCKINGHAMSHIRE GARDENS BOURNEMOUTH Pictured above: The alpine glasshouse at Wisley; The beautiful borders at Waddesdon Manor; A contemporary bedroom at Denham Grove Woodland gardens at Abbotsbury; England's Great Glasshouses for Solo Travellers Visit world-famous gardens to see historic and state-of-the-art glasshouses. Summer Gardens of Dorset See Dorset in full bloom with visits to six exquisite gardens in the company of your knowledgeable host. HALF BOARD HALF BOARD 4 nights from 509^ Departing: June 4 and 18, 2018. Holiday code: AH250. Single rooms at no extra cost, subject to availability All breakfasts and dinners Three excursions with six visits Two talks Horticultural host and Saga representative Welcome drink Porterage at your hotel Cancellation cover l l l l l l 4 nights from 529^ Departing: July 30 and August 13, 2018 (549 529) Holiday code: AHF32. All breakfasts and dinners Three excursions with five visits Three talks Horticultural host and Saga representative Welcome drink Porterage in your conference centre Cancellation cover. l l l l l l Your programme... Kew Gardens: Enter the world of the tropical rainforest in the great Victorian Palm House. Contrast this with the Princess of Wales Conservatory, a modern energy-conscious design. Savill Garden: Lying in Windsor Great Park, this 35-acre plot has a series of interconnecting gardens and the Queen Elizabeth Temperate House. RHS Wisley: Covering an area larger than ten tennis courts, the glasshouse at Wisley contains a world-class tender plant collection of over 5,000 taxa. Chenies Garden: This five acre garden has taken the Historic Houses Association Garden of the Year Award, and it's all offset by the beauty of the 15th-century Chenies Manor. Waddesdon Manor Garden: Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild commissioned this flaamboyant example of high Victorian gardening some 19,000 plants are utilised in the bedding displays. Denham Grove QQQ Set in 42 acres of tranquil parkland in Buckinghamshire, under two miles form the village of Denham and just nine miles from Windsor, this three-star conference centre is close to major transport routes, and is perfectly placed to explore the gardens ranged around them. It has a restaurant, bar swimming pool, jacuzzi, mini-gym, tennis courts and 100 bedrooms. To find out more visit saga.co.uk/glasshouses Your programme Compton Acres and Cranborne: Explore the late Victorian gardens of Compton Acres whose five themed gardens provide year-round interest. Admire the wonderful Elizabethan gardens around Cranborne Manor only open for a few days each year. Minterne House gardens and Athelhampton: The 18th century woodland gardens of Minterne House feature a series of small lakes, waterfalls and streams surrounded by specimen shrubs and rare trees. The historic walled gardens of Athelhampton House have an octagonal cloister garden and the Great Court is dominated by 12 yew pyramids. Abbotsbury and Bennetts Water Garden: Once a castle kitchen garden, Abbotsbury now encompasses rare and exotic plants from around the world. Bennetts Water Garden is home of the National Plant Collection of water lilies. Queens Hotel QQQ This privately-owned 3-star hotel has 109 rooms and is ideally situated in a quiet part of Bournemouth's elegant East Cliff area, less than a mile from the town centre and Boscombe Pier. To find out more visit saga.co.uk/dorset-gardens SAVE 20 ^when you book by September 29, 2017 ^All prices are s per person, include savings as advertised, are subject to availability and may change. Current prices will be confirmed at the time of booking. See enclosed Essential Information. TRAVEL INFORMATION: We can arrange your travel. Please call for details. For the latest prices and offers, visit saga.co.uk/holidays ^All prices are s per person based on two people sharing, are subject to availability and may change. Current prices will be confirmed at the time of booking. See enclosed Essential Information. Single rooms: There are a limited number of single rooms at no extra cost, subject to availability. After this a supplement may apply. TRAVEL INFORMATION: We can arrange your travel. Please call for details. For the latest prices and offers, visit saga.co.uk/holidays To book see page 70 and call FREE on 0800 074 8021 or visit saga.co.uk/specialinterests 51