Kiftsgate Court lies just below and within easy walking distance of Hidcote Manor.
However, there is a a great contrast between the formality of Hidcote's famous garden and the imaginative and sensitive planting at Kiftsgate. The garden has a magnificent location on the edge of the Cotswolds escarpment with views towards the Malvern Hills.
The garden's spectacular site has three levels facing south-west.
The present owners are the third generation of the family who, over time, have created this wonderful garden.
The unusual shrubs and plants at Kiftsgate include tree peonies, abutilons, specie and old-fashioned roses. There is something of interest throughout the year with a wonderful display of bulbs in the spring and the superb foliage colour of many rare trees and shrubs in the autumn.
Kiftsgate is probably at its best in June and July when the huge array of roses are in bloom and the borders a bright with splendid colour variations.
Plant sales and teas.