Gardener's House, Wrest Park, Bedfordshire
Located in the grounds of Wrest Park
Sleeps 6 + sofa bed
Prices from £625
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Gardener’s House at Wrest Park

Gardener’s House is a three-bedroom holiday cottage that comfortably sleeps six people, plus it has a sofa bed for two extra guests if required. This holiday cottage is part of the original design of the house built by Earl de Grey in the 1830s. The Gardener’s House was originally constructed for Wrest Park’s Head Gardener and is situated within the renowned 17th Century gardens. Across three-storeys, The Gardener’s House is perfect for your group getaway, with highlights including a private garden for outdoor dining and lawn games, a cosy snug for relaxation, and a utility room to store those muddy boots after a day of exploring! Included in your booking is a luxury hamper, as well as entry to all English Heritage sites and most events, 10% off in our shops and cafés during your stay. To view the floorplan of this holiday cottage and to discover the full list of available facilities, view the layout and facilities.

Kitchen, ground floor

Kitchen, ground floor

Kitchen, ground floor
Kitchen, ground floor
Lounge, ground floor

Lounge, ground floor

Lounge, ground floor
Lounge, ground floor
The snug, ground floor

The snug, ground floor

The snug, ground floor
The snug, ground floor
Master bedroom, first floor

Master bedroom, first floor

Master bedroom, first floor
Master bedroom, first floor
Bathroom, first floor

Bathroom, first floor

Bathroom, first floor
Bathroom, first floor
Double bedroom, second floor

Double bedroom, second floor

Double bedroom, second floor
Double bedroom, second floor
Dining room, ground floor

Dining room, ground floor

Dining room, ground floor
Dining room, ground floor
Master bedroom, first floor

Master bedroom, first floor

Master bedroom, first floor
Master bedroom, first floor
WC, ground floor

WC, ground floor

WC, ground floor
WC, ground floor
The snug, ground floor

The snug, ground floor

The snug, ground floor
The snug, ground floor
Lounge, ground floor

Lounge, ground floor

Lounge, ground floor
Lounge, ground floor
Kitchen, ground floor

Kitchen, ground floor

Kitchen, ground floor
Kitchen, ground floor
Dining room, ground floor

Dining room, ground floor

Dining room, ground floor
Dining room, ground floor
Master bedroom, first floor

Master bedroom, first floor

Master bedroom, first floor
Master bedroom, first floor
Second floor landing

Second floor landing

Second floor landing
Second floor landing
Twin bedroom, second floor

Twin bedroom, second floor

Twin bedroom, second floor
Twin bedroom, second floor
Shower room, second floor

Shower room, second floor

Shower room, second floor
Shower room, second floor
Private garden

Private garden

Private garden
Private garden
Private courtyard

Private courtyard

Private courtyard
Private courtyard

Take a Virtual tour

To get better feel for the space at Gardener's House holiday cottage, take the below virtual 360° 'walk-around’ to discover all rooms. See where steps and level-changes are in the property and discover features and fittings to make your stay more comfortable and enjoyable. Click on the hotspots and spin around to see right into each room.

Discover Wrest Park

From dazzling parterres and fragrant borders, to sweeping countryside views and idyllic woodland walks, Wrest Park is a real treat for the senses. With over 90 spacious acres to explore, discover the evolution of the English garden as you stroll through three centuries of landscape design showcasing a range of styles including Dutch and Italian. Wander along the show-stopping formal Long Water walk and spot beautiful classical statues and picturesque garden buildings as you explore the grounds.

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Testimonial

A wonderful house and the access to the grounds on our own was a pure joy. Such a beautiful place. Friendly gardeners who were happy to share their love of the gardens.
T. Sinclair

January 2022

I never wanted to leave the Gardener’s House or gardens – so full of hidden treasures that you can stay a weekend and not see them all.
H. Mount

May 2021

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