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Hambledon House

3 acre partly walled plantsman’s garden for all seasons. Large borders filled with a wide variety of unusual shrubs and perennials with imaginative plant combinations culminating in a profusion of colour in late summer. Hidden, secluded areas reveal surprise views of garden and village rooftops. Planting a large central area, started in 2011, has given the garden an exciting new dimension.

Monday 27 August (2 - 5pm). Admission £5.00, children free. Home-made teas.

Visitors also welcome by arrangement April to October. Teas by prior request. Please enquire about price when booking.

Capt & Mrs David Hart Dyke
02392 632380
dianahartdyke@talktalk.net

Partial wheelchair access as garden is on several levels.

How to find us

Hambledon House, East Street, Hambledon, Hampshire, PO7 4RX

8m SW of Petersfield, 5m NW of Waterlooville. In village centre, driveway leading to house in East St. Do not go up Speltham Hill even if advised by SatNav.