Hodnet Hall Gardens
Attraction in Market Drayton, Shropshire
The gardens were started in 1922 when a chain of seven lakes and pools were created with rare trees and shrubs. Rhododendrons and camellias thrive in the acid soil; iros and other bog plants enjoy their position around the pools.
April is the perfect time to admire the camellias, crocuses, daffodils and the magnificent Magnolia Walk. May & June showcases rhododendrons, lilacs, azaleas and bluebell woods. High summer is brimming with peonies, hudrangeas, roses and many other flowering shrubs, the colours lasting right through September. Dogs welcome on a lead.
The half-timbered restaurant serves lunches and teas amongst a unique collection of big name trophies. Restaurant open 12-5pm, except for Fair Days.
|Adult||£6.50 - £8.00|
Open days 2020Every Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday from Sunday 22nd March to Sunday 27th September.Also: Wednesday 13th May, 17th June & 15th July11am – 5pm – Adult £8; child £1Plant Fair- Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th June 10am – 5pm – Adult £4.00
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Hodnet Hall is in the village of Hodnet, near Market Drayton, 12 miles north-east of Shrewsbury. Take the A5 from North Wales, the A53 (Shrewsbury - Market Drayton) or the A442 (Whitchurch - Wellington). M6 junctions 12 and 15 or the M54 junction 3.
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