Beckley Park, Britain is an extraordinary garden. It surrounds the 16th century moated manor house, itself an incredible architectural sight. Walking through it you feel you may have strayed into the world of Lewis Carroll, Edgar Allan Poe or Tim Burton. The garden consists principally of three green rooms of box and yew topiary. It was all laid out in 1919 by Percy Feilding, an architect and admirer of Italian gardens of the Renaissance.