Hoveton Hall’s beautiful gardens as you see them today are made up of several areas, all wth their own unique characteristics.
Hoveton Hall Gardens
Hoveton Hall 15 acre Gardens are well-known and loved by both locals and visitors alike and include the walled Spider Garden, the Old Kitchen Garden a one acre former Victorian walled kitchen garden now with the addition of lawns and herbaceous borders while still providing fruit, vegetables and herbs for the house. There is also a Clematis Walk, an Orchard, a Woodland Walk, the Magnolia Garden as well as two Lakes, The Arboretum, the Grade II listed Glasshouse and the 18th Century Grade II listed Ice Well. These beautiful Gardens begin with a burst of early Spring bulbs, the spectacular Rhododendrons and Azaleas in May and June through to the mid-summer delights of the Spider Garden. Full summer colours of Hydrangeas followed by autumn berried shrubs and leaf tints complete what is truly a garden for all seasons.
We have an excellent on-site restaurant – Garden Kitchen Cafe, run by Alex Firman.
The cafe is open Sunday to Friday from 10am to 4pm (Easter through to end of September)
Adults – £7.50
Children 4-16 – £4
Children under 4 – free
Over 60 – £6.50
Family day ticket – £20
(2 adults and 2 children)
Wheelchair users/ carers –
Season tickets are also available this year:
Single – £25
Couple – £45
Family (2 adults and 2 children) – £60
Historic House members are free
Gardens are open Good Friday to 30th September
Sunday to Friday 10.30am to 5pm
- Accessible Toilets
- Baby Changing
- Accepts Groups
- Cafe on site