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Hidcote Manor
Hidcote Manor
The most famous National Trust garden in England nestles in a tiny corner of the North Cotswolds. Please click here to check on opening times and dates -


Hidcote Manor Garden. Unusual plants, trees, shrubs, set out in a delightful series of smaller gardens. Hidcote Manor Garden2 is a delight for all.

Charlecote Park, home to the the Fairfax- Lucy family for over 700 years, the deer park reputedly the poaching ground of one William Shakespeare, the woodland garden and the parterre on the river terrace form delightful grounds to this historic house.


Coughton Court an impressive collection of gardens within this 25 acre estate can be found at the home of the Throckmorton family, and, not least of all Britain's "finest walled garden". Upton House5 with its famous national collection of asters, wide lawns, herbaceous borders and ornamental pools and don't forget to seek out the kitchen garden.  


Baddesley Clinton a true English garden with lawns and borders, set alongside this moated medieval manor house, view the few remaining trees of the Forest of Arden.  


Packwood House with its' historically famous yew garden based on "The Sermon on the Mount" - 12 great yews representing the 12 Apostles, with the 4 larger specimens representing the Evangelists.  


Snowshill Manor, once home to Charles Paget Wade , view his organic garden set in the Cotswolds.  


Dovers Hill, this famous National Trust land set on the Cotswold hills just two miles from Chipping Campden.