Hodnet Hall Gardens


Hodnet, Market Drayton, Shropshire, TF9 3NN

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It was predicted in 1958 that Hodnet "would one day take its place among the major gardens of Britain." Now the glorious fulfillment of that prophecy is simply waiting for you to enjoy. Stroll among an inspirational 60 acres of forest trees, flowering shrubs, sweeping lawns and ornamental pools, ponds, streams and waterfalls. Enjoy a delicious light lunch or afternoon tea in the gardens spacious tea-rooms, housing many hunters trophies from Africa.Hodnet Hall Gardens has been home to the Heber-Percy family for several centuries, with each generation adding significantly to the ambience and splendor of the garden. Sitting above the magical main pool is the house lieing in a vibrant and colorful island of trees, shrubs and flowery enclosures. Children will love watching the ducks and famous black swans swim by as the afternoon sunlight bounces off the great lake. Look out for the giant gunnera leaves (in April, May), measuring six feet across and ten feet tall, enough to shelter an entire family under if you should fall victim to April showers!

Groups of 25+ at other times by appointment Suitablity for the Disabled: Partial. WCs. Education/School Visits: Educational package linked to Key Stages 1 & 2 of National Curriculum. Suitability for Dogs: On leads.

Guide Prices

Adults: £8.00 Children: £1.00
Plant Fair: Adult £4.00


Road Directions

By Road:
From Shrewsbury take the A53 towards Market Drayton
Follow signs for Hodnet
At the roundabout take the Hodnet turning and follow the road in to the village
Finish on the left at Hodnet Hall Garden (signposted)

By Public Transport:
FromShrewsburystation it is 15 milestoHodnet Hall Gardens.



  • Disabled Accessibility
  • Toilets for Disabled Visitors


  • Café
  • On-Site cafe/restaurant/catering
  • Refreshments Available
  • Restaurant

Establishment Features

  • Dogs on Lead Only
  • Event venue
  • Tea / Coffee Shop

Parking & Transport

  • Parking


Opening Times

* Also open 13th May, 17th June and 15th July 11:00 - 17:00


  • Other Awards Historic Houses Association Member 2017

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