Hidcote Manor Garden

Hidcote Bartrim,, GL55 6LR, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire

Info about Hidcote Manor Garden

Hidcote Manor Garden is one of England’s most celebrated gardens. It was designed by the horticulturalist Major Lawrence Johnston in the Arts and Crafts style and is arranged as a series of outdoor rooms separated by ‘walls’ of various types of plants. Started in 1907, the garden’s heyday was in the 1930s. Within the garden there are numerous changes of level which contribute to the separation of the rooms. Typical of the Arts and Crafts style, the pathways and steps that run throughout the garden are often narrow and uneven. Surfaces are either gravelled, traditionally paved using Cotswold stone or natural, like grass. It is located in the Cotswolds, high on a hill in a gently undulating landscape with spectacular views across of the Vale of Evesham and beyond. The garden covers 10.5 acres and visitors should allow at least 2.5 hours to go around.
Volunteer guides are on hand throughout the garden for assistance and information. There are three mobility scooters
and one manual wheelchair available for hire free of charge. Visitors can also enjoy the al-fresco Barn Café and plant sales centre close to the car park, or the shop and Winthrop’s Café situated within the garden grounds. These all enjoy step free access

Suitable For

Birthday party (adult)
Celebration
Christmas party
Private party
Wedding

Foods

Seated Meal Facilities
Buffet Meal Facilities
In House Catering
Professional Kitchen

Facilities

Reception
Outdoor

Features

Disabled Access
Live Band Facilities
Dj facilities

Drinks

Alcohol License

Staff Options

Wedding Coordinator

Capacities