Tucked away outside the old city wall at the end of Mill Street, this really is a hidden gem. The gardens drop down to the banks of the River Avon with the remains of the old bridge and water lilies. It also has one of the best views of Warwick Castle. This is the place to come if you want to see their trebuchet being fired.
The gardens are informally laid out with lawns, trees, shrubs and flower beds, providing colour all year round. The gardens are immaculately kept and there isn’t a weed to be seen. It is a real sun trap and there are plenty of seats around the gardens to sit and enjoy the peace.
The gardens are open 1st April – 31st October from 9am until 6pm. Entry is £2.50. Mill Street is narrow and there is no parking at the gardens and visitors are advised to use St Nicholas Car Park.
There are more pictures “here.”:http://wasleys.org.uk/eleanor/gardens/england/west_midlands/mill/index.html