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Hidcote Manor Garden

2 miles (2.5 km)

Explore these stunning National Trust owned gardens on this short walk in the Cotswolds. The gardens were created by American horticulturist, Major Lawrence Johnston and contain a number of beautifully designed outdoor 'rooms'. Highlights include the kitchen garden, plant house, herbaceous borders and the orchard. There are also a number of peaceful footpaths to follow to the various secret gardens.
If you would like to continue your walk you could follow the Monarch's Way to the pretty Cotswold hamlet of Hidcote Bartrim.
Just a mile or so to the south you will find the pretty village of Ebrington with a wonderful 17th century pub and the 14th century Ebrington Manor. You can explore the area on our Ebrington and the Foxcote Estate Walk which takes you through some lovely countryside with streams, woodland and ponds.
The Heart of England Way also runs through the nearby village of Mickleton. This long distance path will take you to Chipping Campden.

Postcode

GL55 6LP - Please note: Postcode may be approximate for some rural locations

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Hidcote Manor Garden OS Map - Mobile GPS OS Map with Location tracking

Hidcote Manor Garden Open Street Map - Mobile GPS Map with Location tracking

Pubs/Cafes

There's two excellent on site cafes where you can enjoy refreshments after your walk. If you fancy a pub lunch we recommend The Ebrington Arms in the delightful village of Ebrington. The award winning pub does excellent food and is set in a wonderful village location with fine views of the surrounding Cotswolds countryside. It's a special place and was recently voted the UK's number 1 village pub by The Times. The inn also has an interesting history, with its charming stone building dating all the way back to the 1640s. Inside there's period pieces includingwooden fireplaces and beamed ceilings. You can find it in the village on May Lane at a postcode of GL55 6NH for your sat navs. It's located just over a mile south of the gardens. The pub is also very dog friendly and can provide treats for your pet.

Dog Walking

Onlyassistance dogs are allowed into the garden itself but you can take your dog to the Barn cafe where water is provided. There are a number of other footpaths leading off from the car park which are suitable for you and your pet.

Further Information and Other Local Ideas

The village of Mickleton is located just to the north west of the estate. The Mickleton Walk starts from the village and visits Kiftsgate Gardens, Hidcote Gardens, Chipping Campden and Dover's Hill.
For more walks in the area see the Cotswolds Walks page.

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Photos

Hidcote Manor

Signature bird topiaries found in Hidcote Manor's gardens.

HIDCOTE MANOR

The manor house across the border

Hidcote Manor Garden (geograph 5664528)

Lovely view of the gardens of house in the summer of 1989

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Pool, Hidcote Manor gardens. Hidcote Manor gardens were the lifetime creation of Lawrence Johnston who spent 41 years from 1907 creating several garden 'rooms' in the 'Arts and Crafts' style out of the fields surrounding the house.

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Thegardens are an eclectic mix of "rooms", borders, topiary and architectural features. This hedged ride runs much of the length of the garden like a spine.

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Chapel, Hidcote Manor

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