Hodnet Hall Gardens

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Garden Category: North Midlands

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  • Beautiful woodland walks through trees and shrubs in 63 acres of flowering lakeside gardens. A superb collection of rhododendrons. The driving force behind the current layout of the gardens was the present occupant’s father, Brigadier A.G.W. Heber-Percy. In the 1920s he set out to create a union between the old grounds of the earlier mansion and the newer gardens of the present house. He built the dykes and damned the stream to make a chain of pools which animate the gardens to this day. Over 60 acres of brilliantly coloured flowers, magnificent forest trees, sweeping lawns and a chain of ornamental pools which run tranquilly along the cultivated garden valley to provide a natural habitat for waterfowl and other wildlife. Hodnet has recently been awarded National Collection Status for Cercidiphyllum. No matter what the season, visitors will always find something fresh and interesting to ensure an enjoyable day’s outing. Open from 12 noon till 5pm. Dogs welcome on leads.

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