Iford Manor has been described as one of the most stunning concert venues in the West Country. Throughout high summer, Iford Arts stages an internationally renowned festival in a breathtakingly beautiful pastoral setting. Operatic performances are staged in-the-round in the intimate surroundings of the Italianate Cloister, which could not be more perfect in terms of scale and style. While the classical backdrop could hardly be more fitting, the real delight for our audiences is that, as the sky turns purple overhead, the first stars appear and the first heady notes resound across the countryside, no-one is seated less than twenty feet from the performers. The opportunity for a relaxing pre-show picnic in our tranquil gardens overlooking the meandering River Frome will complete an already magical experience.
I have found two meanings of this word, but it seems to me that neither of them fits.
1) Of or pertaining to shepherds; hence, relating to rural life and scenes; as, a pastoral life (Source: en.wiktionary.org)
(especially of land or a farm) used for or related to the keeping or grazing of sheep or cattle (Source: Google Translate)
2) Relating to the care of souls, or to the pastor of a church (Source: en.wiktionary.org)
(in the Christian Church) concerning or appropriate to the giving of spiritual guidance (Source: Google Translate)
Edit: if someone is able to answer this question, I would like to get a synonym for "pastoral". Thanks in advance.