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We visited this garden recently and I have to say it was a lovely day out. The gardens are beautiful, laid out in ‘rooms’ so around every corner you discover a new garden, a new theme and colour. Everywhere you look are footpaths to lead...More
Such a perfect setting, beautifully maintained gardens magically thought and set out each corner turned brings a new suprise. Set high up in the Cotswolds the views are stunning. Also a perfect cafe to finish off the trip.
We have visited on several occasions in the past and it is amazing how the gardens change during the various seasons. It certainly appears that the recent dry hot weather has had an impact on the plants but still a great place to wander round...More
Extremely enjoyable previous visits to Hidcote increases our expectations greatly. This visit was somewhat disappointing as some flower beds seemed unattended with dried stems and dried flowers left on site. There were not many gardeners on site to do the work on the day we...More
These are very attractive and quite extensive gardens, laid out for relaxation and enjoyment rather than as a showpiece for specimens. There is considerable variety of planting from orchard to kitchen garden but very little formal arrangement - and all the more charming for it....More
A gem of the National Trust. Created in the early 1900s, Hidcote Manor Garden was a novel concept in the Arts & Crafts era. Comprising a series of small garden ‘rooms’, interestingly one never quite sees the entire garden boundary.
A unique and wonderful place...More
Having just enjoyed a tour of the gardens and grounds, we found the little café and intended to have tea on the outside terrace. However, we were 'intercepted' by a very “officious waitress” who informed us it was closed off from inside and we'd have...More
Hidcote manor is set in stunning grounds with multiple themes and plenty of places to explore. We spent a lovely relaxed afternoon there wandering around the different gardens, vegetable garden, water features, hot houses and the parts of the manor that are open to the...More
A National Trust property, as usual well maintained with excellent facilities.
The garden was larger than we expected, and the views at the edges of the property were stunning!
The journey to the venue were down very narrow lanes, we followed a coach which made...More
I was looking forward to visiting Hidcote and had high expectations. The entrance fee is the usual expensive NT price with no discounts for old folk and staff eager to get you to sign up to membership or gift aid. There are the same plants...More
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Many of the early bulbs. Between now and mid march you should be able to see Daphne, Hamamelis mollis, Viburnum bodnantense, etc, many of these spring shrubs have a rich scent. Don't forget the beautiful winter stems such... More
Many of the early bulbs. Between now and mid march you should be able to see Daphne, Hamamelis mollis, Viburnum bodnantense, etc, many of these spring shrubs have a rich scent. Don't forget the beautiful winter stems such as cornus, Rubus and Betula.
there are areas which are flat but some areas are not accessible with a scooter as they have steps or really small path ways, the cafes are all on flat land and the first section is flat also, so it is worth it going but be... More
there are areas which are flat but some areas are not accessible with a scooter as they have steps or really small path ways, the cafes are all on flat land and the first section is flat also, so it is worth it going but be mindful you can't see it all.
There is disabled parking right at the front