HODNET HALL GARDENS
Hodnet, Market Drayton, Shropshire TF9 3NN
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 and today, the 60+ acres are renowned as amongst the finest landscape gardens in the country. Forest trees provide a wonderful backdrop for formal gardens planted to give delight during every season, woodland walks amongst flowering shrubs and a daisy chain of ornamental pools.
See our Open Days & Special Events pages for days out.
The Restaurant serves light lunches and afternoon teas.
Open Days 12 noon to 5 p.m.
Groups (25+) by appointment with the Secretary
Telephone: 01630 685786 or
Admission: Adult £6, Child £3 No concessions.
Dogs allowed on leads.
Wheelchair access is available to approx 60% of the gardens but please note that it is mainly grass and gravel pathways so is more accessible in dry conditions.