Hughenden Manor Garden

Hughenden Manor Garden, near High Wycombe

Lovely gardens surround Hughenden Manor, the home of Victorian Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli.

The gardens at Hughenden Manor are set in a delightfully wooded valley and were in the main created by Disraeli's wife Mary Anne.
Formal bedding dating from the 1880s in the South Garden has been restored and the orchard re-created with 35 varieties of apple and 4 of pear. There are some unusual plants at Hughenden Manor including a Chimaera 'Adamii'. Woodland walks. The extraordinary house is open to the public so make sure you have time to visit it. There are plenty of activities and events for children throughout the year.

Hughenden Manor National Trust 2019 in Buckinghamshire - open all year see website for details.
Disabled access, restaurant, shops. 


  • Street: Hughenden Manor
  • Postcode: HP14 4LA
  • City: High Wycombe
  • County: Buckinghamshire
  • Country: United Kingdom


  • Telephone: 01494 755573
  • E-Mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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