The Hidcote Manor Garden

Hidcote Manor Garden

Hidcote Manor Garden

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Hidcote Manor Garden

A celebrated 20th Century Arts and Crafts garden, created in 1907 by the American horticulturist Major Lawrence Johnston, near Chipping Campden in the North Cotswolds.

An Introduction to Hidcote Manor

Hidcote Manor Garden is one of England's greatest gardens, "a series of outdoor rooms each with its own unique character"

Hidcote Manor Garden is located in the Cotswolds and has stunning panoramic view across the Vale of Evesham.

One of England's great gardens, Hidcote was designed and created in the Arts and Crafts style by the horticulturist Major Lawrence Johnston. It is arranged as a series of outdoor rooms, each with a different character and separated by walls and hedges of many different species. The garden is famous for its rare shrubs and trees, outstanding herbaceous borders and unusual plant species from all over the world. The varied styles of the outdoor rooms peak at different times of year, making for an interesting visit at any time. (Source: National Trust website)

Hidcote Manor Facilities

There is a shop selling gifts and souvenirs. Also plant sales.

Free parking nearby (100 yards). Coaches must book.

Baby changing facilities.

Enjoy a meal at Winthrop's Cafe

2016 Admission Prices

Adult: £10.90
Child: £5.45
Family: £27.25
Group adult: £9.45
Group child: £4.75

Gift Aid
Adult: £12.00
Child: £6.00
Family: £30.00

Contacting Hidcote Manor Garden

Hidcote Manor Garden
Hidcote Bartrim
nr Chipping Campden
GL55 6LR

Telephone: +44 (0)1386 438333

Dogs at Hidcote

Dogs are not permitted into the garden, though assistance dogs are welcome).
There are some walks leading from the Hidcote Manor car park that are ideal for exploring dogs!

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