Healing Labyrinth Garden | Garden Design A place for healing, calming and reflection. Walk the path. Elements of the surrounding garden also feed into the experience:water fountain to cleanse your hands/mind before you begin, a bench to sit and focus on the whole space afterwards.
In 2007 The Labyrinth Builders were awarded a silver medal for ‘The Labyrinth Garden’ at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show. By word of mouth our client heard of and saw images of the garden and commissioned The Labyrinth Builders to recreate the labyrinth in her own garden so providing the perfect permanent setting for this beautiful natural stone labyrinth. Formed by bespoke ‘tumbled’ sandstone paviors the labyrinth is small (diameter 2.9m) but still fully ‘walkable’.
topiary at Bourton House in village of Bourton-on-the-Hill, Cotswold, UK; Jacobean house by eminent lawyer, Sir Nicholas Overbury in 1598; many owners, but last private owners 1983 by Richard & Monique Paice; sold last in 2010 as owners made Gardens public ; ) thanks to gardeners Paul Nicholls & Jacky Rae; HHA/Christie's Garden Of The Year 2006 award; 3 acre garden, 7 acre walled pasture; pictured: Knot Garden labyrinth