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Coton Manor Garden

Gardens, Garden School, Tea Rooms & Flamingoes

Beautiful 10 acre garden occupying a hillside position extending down from the 17th century manor house.

Originally laid out in 1925 by the grandparents of the present owner.

Luxuriant borders will delight the plant enthusiast while everyone will enjoy the charm and special atmosphere of the garden, with colour and interest throughout the season.

Beyond the garden is a magical five-acre bluebell wood and a wildflower meadow.

The stableyard cafe serves home made lunches and teas each day when the garden is open. The extensive nursery has over a thousand varieties of plants, many of which are unusual and are propagated from the garden.

Contact & Opening Times

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Email: [email protected].

Tel: 01604 740219.

Garden Open:

Good Friday (or 1st April) to end September, Tuesday to Saturday and throughout Bank Holiday Weekends 12 noon - 5.30pm.

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Visitor Information & Facilities

  • Baby changing
  • Child friendly
  • Coach parking
  • Free parking
  • Garden
  • Gift shop
  • Group tours
  • Restaurant
  • Tea & coffee

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