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A nice sunny day for our late summer visit for the first time. A good find to start our holidays with. Nice grounds and easy walking with some good historical elements within the grounds. Would glady return on a future holiday.
Visited Hodnet on the August Bank Holiday. We were greeted by a very friendly chap who was at the gate taking payment (note it’s cash only so come prepared). Plenty of parking and within a few paces you are in the gardens. The house is...More
The chap on the pay gate said," have you been here before?" I replied yes, but 20 years ago. He said you won't need a map nothing has changed. Thankfully he was right. It is so quaint, so compact, so peaceful and so uncrowded you...More
We had such a lovely visit. Beautiful gardens and peaceful woodland and estate walks. The Kitchen Garden was a particular highlight. The hydrangeas were at their seasonal best. The staff were very welcoming and friendly. We had a very nice lunch in the Garden Restaurant...More
Such a tranquil place with hardly any visitors despite it very a super sunny Sunday. Stunning gardens and decent sized grounds allowing it to easily fill a day out. Amazing kitchen garden and very pleasant outside garden eating area. We will certainly be back despite...More
This beautiful garden in the Shropshire Countryside is a hidden gem. Magnificent borders, trees and shrubs surrounding a series of lakes are all linked by pretty bridges and waterfalls. There are wild natural woodland, formal rose gardens all set around a stately house (not open)....More
A lovely well maintained garden with many tranquil areas. The tea room is not to be missed as it is extremely quirky inside with a definite hunting theme!! Wouldn't have discovered it until we joined the HHA. The Bear Inn in the village is well...More
Moved to Shropshire two months ago and found these wonderful gardens last weekend. We did an "extensive" walk - probably only a mile - that went past a several lakes, becoming wilder as we went away from the house. Extensive herbaceous borders, shrubs and trees...More
We took advantage of visiting on one of the specialist plant sale days. Admission is reduced for these events and there are plenty of stalls offering all sorts of plants. It does get very busy and at peak times I saw that parking was becoming...More