Visitors can enjoy the spring bulbs in the lime walk, sundial garden and view the famous Old Palace garden, childhood home of Queen Elizabeth I. The adjoining woodland garden is at its best in spring with masses of naturalised daffodils and bluebells.
Beautifully designed gifts, jewellery, toys and much more can be found in the Stable Yard shops. Visitors can also enjoy relaxing at the Coach House Restaurant which serves a variety of delicious foods throughout the day.
Opening for NGS:
Saturday 24 March (11am - 5pm). Admission £6.00, children free.
The Marquess of Salisbury
There is a good route for wheelchairs around the West garden and a plan can be picked up at the garden kiosk.
How to find us
Hatfield House West Garden, Hatfield, Hertfordshire, AL9 5HX
Pedestrian Entrance to Hatfield House is opp Hatfield Railway Stn, from here you can obtain directions to the gardens. Free parking is available, please use AL9 5HX with a sat nav.
More about Hatfield House West Garden
The West Garden
A pleached lime walk surrounds The West Garden which was designed in 1902. A massive yew hedge, inside which are spring bulbs, geraniums, iris, shrubs, herbaceous plants, roses and annuals.