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Hatchlands Park Garden

East Clandon, Guildford, Surrey, GU4 7RT

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East Clandon, Guildford, Surrey, GU4 7RT

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About Hatchlands Park

From the first snowdrops in February and the glorious bluebells in spring, to the wild flower meadow and glowing autumn colour, the parkland is full of interested throughout the seasons. While the park, café and shop are open 363 days of the year, the house is a hidden delight which you can visit on regular afternoons from April until October.

Where is Hatchlands Park located?

East Clandon, Surrey. Follow the brown signs to main visitor car park on A246. SatNav may take you to the staff car park in error.

What style of garden is Hatchlands Park?

Hatchlands Park parterre garden was originally created by Gertrude Jekyll in 1900. The current garden is based on her design with The plan is similar to the original. It features four square beds each surrounded by its own C-shaped bed and edged with straight borders on all four sides. At the centre of the design is a statue of three cherubs. The planting scheme is a mix of African marigolds, heliotropes, antirrhinums, nicotianca, cosmos, salvias and foxgloves; 250 lavender plants flank the outer edges. The design gives a nod to Gertrude Jekyll who encouraged her clients to use marigolds as they are haemostatic and were used in the First World War to make bandages.

What can guests enjoy at Hatchlands Park?

Visitors can take a moment for reflection in the Quiet Garden or relax in the Parterre. There are plenty of benches for for visitors to sit and enjoy the view over the meadows and across the parkland. Children will love playing in the natural adventure area in Great Wix Wood and playing on the lawns. The house is open on regular afternoons from April to October. Originally built for naval hero Admiral Boscawen and his bluestocking wife, Frances, the mansion has seen many different residents. The Georgian mansion is now home to tenant Alec Cobbe and his collection of paintings and keyboard instruments owned or played by famous composers such as Elgar, Chopin and Bizet.

Hatchlands Park also has a Historic House:

Hatchlands Park (Historic House Section)

Information on Hatchlands Park garden , East Clandon , Guildford

Opening Times: Parkland open daily (except Christmas Eve and Christmas Day) 10am-5pm (closes 4pm in winter). House and gardens open 1 April - 30 Oct, Tue-Thu & Sun 2-5pm (garden opens 11am). Open Bank Holiday Mondays. Also open Fridays in August.
Admission: NT Members Free. See NT website for admission prices.
Child Friendly:  Children of all ages welcome
Dog Friendly: Dogs Permitted (Permitted under close control in designated parkland areas only.)
Location: At East Clandon, north off the A246 Guildford-Leatherhead road.
Facilities: Audio guides, Cafe, Picnic areas, Dog-friendly cafe, Children's natural adventure area, Coaches welcome, Free parking, Limited disabled access, Shop, plants for sale
Parkland / Woodland Acreage: 450

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