Hodnet Hall Gardens

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Hodnet Hall Gardens: There have been gardens at Hodnet since the 11th century when the Heber-Percy family constructed their first house in the parkland, their serious development began in 1921 by the late Brigadier Heber-Percy. The gardens at Hodnet Hall are both a dream and an inspiration, and visitors who are not fanatical gardeners linger long in the grounds mesmerised by the magical woodland setting.

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Hodnet Hall is in the village of Hodnet, near Market Drayton, 12 miles north-east of Shrewsbury. Approaching on the A5 road from North Wales, the A53 (Shrewsbury-Market Drayton) road and the A442 (Whitchurch-Wellington) roads, leaving the M6 at exits 12 and 15 or the M54 at exit 3.


Opening Times:

12 noon to 5 p.m On the following days.

April - Sunday 12th & Monday 13th

May - Monday 4th, Sundays 10th, 17th, 24th, Monday 25th

June - Sundays 7th(NGS), 14th & 21st

July - Sundays 5th, 12th, Wednesday 22nd

August - Sunday 2nd, Wednesday 19th, Sunday 30th, Monday 31st

September - Sunday 13th



Dogs welcome on leads


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Address: Hodnet Hall Gardens, Hodnet, Market Drayton, Shropshire, TF9 3NN, UK
Phone: +44 1630 685786
Email: secretary@heber-percy.freeserve.co.uk

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