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The Royal Landscape, Berkshire

The Royal Landscape, Berkshire

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Ting Dalton writes a fab blog with wonderful photos in called Travel Monkey and can be found tweeting @my_travelmonkey .

This article is about a beautiful day trip in Berkshire.

Comprising of thousands of acres of stunning natural parkland – The Saville Garden, The Valley Gardens and Virginia Water Lake make up The Royal Landscape in the south-east corner of Windsor Great Park in Berkshire.

To even claim to have explored a smidgen of this huge outdoor space, I would be lying… We have taken a turn around Virgina Lake itself a few times over the years but the area definitely deserves more of our attention.

On a recent trip on a gloriously sunny day, we packed a picnic and met our friends at The Saville Garden’s entrance to the The Royal Landscape. Although Saville holds the title of Britain’s finest ornamental gardens (family tickets £25.00), we decided that this day trip was all about enjoying the public areas and letting the kids roam free. Our friends suggested this section of the Landscape as it has a children’s play area with a shipwreck and sand pit, and is a short walk to the picnic tables on Obelisk Lawn, as well as being close to the restaurant, baby changing facilities and toilets.

To read more of this blog post from Ting, please click here.

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