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Explore the beautiful gardens of Mottisfont Abbey The 19th century garden at Mottisfont Abbey is typical of the period, with sweeping lawns and stands of trees, much in the Capability Brown style. The garden is the result of the work of several well-known garden designers. In 1971 the kitchen garden was developed and holds a collection of roses from rosarian Graham Stuart Thomas, the National Trust´s gardens consultant. Visit in June for the best display. The grounds have a wonderful collection of trees; oaks, chestnuts, beech, hornbeam and more. The huge plane tree, thought to be the largest in the UK covers 1500 square metres.

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Child friendly

Dog/Pet friendly




Disabled Access

Parking Available


Extra info

Parkland Acreage: 28

Open Times: Garden: 1 Jan to 15 Feb, Daily 10:00-16:00. 16 Feb to 30 Dec, Daily 10:00-17:00. Closed 24-25 Dec. Please see NT website for House opening times.

Price Details: NT Members Free. See NT website for admission prices.

Arrival information and directions

Address: Romsey, Hampshire, RomseySO51 0LP, United Kingdom

Take the A3057 to Romsey and follow the brown tourist sign for Hilliers Gardens as far as Timsbury then continue on the A3057. Mottisfont is signposted 1 mile north of Timsbury.

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