Coton Manor Garden, Northampton
Coton Manor Garden, Northampton - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Coton Manor, Coton, Northampton, NN6 8RQ
Ticket Price: 8 GBP
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 12:00 pm - 05:30 pm Details
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About Coton Manor Garden, Northampton
Built in the year 1920, these gardens were first laid out around the 17th century manor. Developed by the grand parents of the current owner, these gardens capitalised gratly on its natural settings, attarctive landscapes and abundant water. The hightlight of the garden was the centrally located manor which was surrounded by numerours, vibrant looking roses and shrubs. The garden is packed with many colourful pots, exotic plants and carefully planned colour scheme. A few of the areas of the garden are Acacia Border, Herb & Kitchen Garden, Meadow Border, Rose Garden, and Yellow & Blue Garden among many other. Also present here is the garden shops that sells various plants, seeds and planters. Garden School and Plant Nursery are some other features of this garden.
Coton Manor Garden Ticket Prices
- The mentioned ticket price is for one adult
- Children: GBP 3.00
- For more ticket prices, kindly visit the park website
Coton Manor Garden Opening and Closing Hours
- Last Admission: 04:45 PM
How To reach Coton Manor Garden by Public Transport
- By rented car/taxi
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Amazing gardens with so much to see. Bluebells, herbaceous borders, ponds to flamingos. Nice cafe and excellent plant nursery where you can pick up plants you can't get in a normal Garden centre
Lovely gardens with well stocked garden centre specialising in plants they have on display in the gardens. Nice tea room ideal for lunch or afternoon tea. Well worth a visit.
Always beautiful gardens to visit through the seasons. Compact but full of interest. Lots of plants to buy and great tea room.
Smallish scale but beautiful gardens and (mostly bird) wildlife. Renowned for the bluebell wood in April. Cafe serves good light food and refreshments, with large outdoor dining area in quaint, closed yard.
Great place to visit the admission price is fair you always get a pleasant welcome its good any time of the year plenty to see the gardeners are also friendly and helpful I have been many times and will continue lots of plants to buy at very reasonable prices we take a picnic which we have in the large car park GREAT PLACE TO VISIT