Places to Visit in Market Drayton, Shropshire
Hodnet Hall Gardens
Tel: +44 (0)1630 685786
Fax: +44 (0)1630 685853
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Spring arrives early with the first crocuses in February, then hyacinths and early azaleas surprise with bursts of colour. Daffodils begin to appear in twos and threes and as the climate becomes warmer the yellow carpet spreads out further and further. Bluebells shimmer in the gentle breeze of April, and magnolia trees blossom along Magnolia Walk.
Rhododendrons and azaleas, the perfumes of laburnum and other flower shrubs burst upon the senses of sight and smell, and seem to go on forever.
When you feel its not possible to take in any more natural splendour, slip away into the cool green shade of towering forest trees, sit and watch the ducks and swans gliding effortlessly over the surface of cool water.
Visitors are welcomed between Easter and September on special Open Days from 12noon to 5pm. Lunches & teas served in the Tearooms. Evening parties welcomed (pre-book).
Gardens, Wheelchair Access, Tea Room, Picnic Area, Car Park, Private Tours Available, School Tours Available, Dogs on Leads Allowed
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.
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