Hill House Nursery and Garden
Hill House Garden - Set amongst rolling Devon Countryside this 3 acre garden surrounds a Victorian Gothic one time vicarage.
It was made famous by Edward Hyams a great garden writer & plantsman in the 1960s. The garden has been restored by the Hubbard family and has many unusual plants and a lovely, old English vicarage garden atmosphere. The house, which is not open, was designed by John Loughborough Pearson, architect of Truro Cathedral.
This garden is worth a visit combined with time spent at the Hill House Plant Nursery which is outstanding and received lavish praise from Roy Lancaster in The Garden magazine.
2018 - Hill House Garden Open 11am to 4.45pm every day of the year (except 2 weeks at Christmas - ring for details) including Bank Holidays and Easter Sunday. Limited disabled access, outstanding tea room which is a Taste of the West Gold award winner three years running, with home made cakes, soups & light lunches from March to September 11am to 4.45pm, plant sales.
- Street: Landscove
- Postcode: TQ13 7LY
- City: Newton Abbot
- County: Devon
- Country: United Kingdom
- Telephone: 01803 762273
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