Bishop's Knoll, Bristol 428

Bristol, England

Brief Description

The site contains the remains of a 19th-century garden on a steep site, landscaped with retaining walls. The garden is now completely overgrown. The arboretum is in the care of the Woodland Trust.

Visitor Facilities

The site is open to the public, with car parking available. See: http://www.forestofavon.org/bishopsknoll.html

Terrain

Steep slope
Features
  • Flats (featured building)
  • Description: The mansion was demolished in 1970, and the site was re-developed for flats.
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  • Tree Feature
  • Description: New and mature woodland.
  • Garden Terrace
  • Description: Terraced garden.
Gazebo
Access & Directions

Access Contact Details

The site is open to the public, with car parking available. See: http://www.forestofavon.org/bishopsknoll.html

Directions

The site is accessed from the junction between Bramble Lane and Bramble Drive in Stoke Bishop.