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Hidcote Manor Gardens - The National Trust

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Steve
Steve
June 28, 2017
this is another National Trust property with some of the most beautiful gardens in England. Whilst there why not buy yourself some Hidcote lavender as a momento of your visit.
Estelle
Estelle
April 21, 2016
National Trust owned house and stunning gardens with 'rooms' created by Lawrence Johnton
Steven
Steven
February 17, 2020
Stunning gardens, loads of history in a beautiful part of the world. The Ebrington Arms is a couple of miles down the road if you're out walking, excellent for a pint and a bite!
Judi
Judi
April 26, 2016
Wonderful National Trust Garden very close to Cottage.
Lorna
Lorna
October 28, 2018
Stunning gardens which are the benchmark for many new garden layouts today.....
Romaine
Romaine
January 29, 2020
Beautiful and historic house and exquisite gardens
Rebecca
Rebecca
February 10, 2020
Not only can you visit these beautiful gardens but you can enjoy a lovely meal in their cafe too - a firm favourite for all visitors to the North Cotswolds.
Candy
Candy
May 22, 2020
Hidcote Manor Garden is best known for its Arts and Crafts Gardens, with its linked rooms of hedges, rare trees and herbaceous borders.
Bolthole
Bolthole
April 23, 2020
One of the finest Arts and Crafts gardens in the country, Hidcote was created by American horticulturist Major Lawrence Johnston circa 1905. Divided into a series of garden ‘rooms’, each garden boasts its own character, intertwined with narrow pathways, beautiful views and plants bursting to life at…
Rebecca
Rebecca
April 30, 2019
The famous gardens at Hidcote are well worth a visit from Spring through to Autumn. Beautifully designed, they have a great cafe there too and you have to pick up one of the old fashioned tennnis rackets and have a game on the old court!

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Zoo
“The perfect place for inquisitive minds and nature lovers alike, Cotswold Falconry Centre gives you a fantastic insight into the world of birds of prey. Located near Moreton in Marsh, you’ll have the chance to see daily flying displays and over 130 different birds of 60 different species, including those on the Critically Endangered list. ”
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Lodging
“Home to the Pudding Club. The Pudding Club’s heartfelt mission since it started in 1985 has been to preserve the Great British Pudding and we think we’ve succeeded in this mission! Every Friday evening, national and international visitors come to the little Cotswold village to experience this slightly eccentric institution.”
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Almenningsgarður
“Award-winning 3-acre garden surrounding an 18th century Manor House and Grade I listed 16th century Tithe Barn.  ”
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Point of Interest
“Longborough Festival Opera is one of the UK's finest country opera houses, with its 500-seat theatre overlooking the glorious rolling hills of the Cotswolds. Each performance is created especially for the Festival: talented designers, directors, conductors and the best up-and-coming artists coming together to bring you something you won't have seen anywhere else. Recent performers include Wagner's Das Rheingold, Donizetti's Anna Bolena, Mozart's Don Giovanni, and Cavalli's La Calisto. Bring your own picnic hamper or eat in one of Longborough's many dining options. (Note: dogs are not permitted, except guide dogs by prior arrangement.)”
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Bar
“An English inn dating back to the 14th Century, Eight Bells is located just off the High Street in Chipping Campden. Serving a wide range of dishes using seasonal produce and including vegetarian and vegan options. Meals are served in the Dining Room or Main bar. (Note: no dogs in the Dining Room and no children under 11 in the bar after 6pm, but they are welcome in the dining room.)”
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Staðsetning
Mickleton, England GL55 6LR
Sími01386 438703