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Middleton Hall & Gardens

  • 4.5

  • from 386 Google reviews

Middleton Hall & Gardens
Middleton Hall & Gardens

About the garden

With its quaint Tudor barn, Georgian-era heated wall and charming heritage orchard, Middleton Hall & Gardens make for a surprisingly scenic place for a spot of retail therapy.

Nestled in the Victorian stable yard are a host of independent businesses and a coffee shop. But there’s plenty to see once you’re done browsing trinkets. An amble around the grand manor house before slipping outside into the beautiful eighteenth-century walled garden is rewarded with sweeping views of the oldest man-made lake in North Warwickshire.

This well-loved estate was rescued and restored by volunteers and their dedication has clearly paid off. The gardens surrounding the house are impressive in form and content, from the fragrant herb garden to the swaying wildflower meadow.

Steeped in history and dotted with peaceful viewing points, it’s no surprise that this is also a popular venue for weddings. Speaking of lovebirds, nestled within 42 acres of lush North Warwickshire countryside, Middleton Hall & Gardens is a treat for twitchers who can swing by the nearby RSPB reserve to spot grey herons, kingfishers and lapwings.

Opening times

11am - 4pm, Sunday to Thursday until 15th September 2019. Also open on the second Saturday of every month with Saturday 14th September 2019 being our last. Open for special events between mid-September 2019 and March 2020. See our for full details.

Useful details

Garden area

5 Acres

Dog walking

Yes - Dogs on leads.

Cafe or restaurant

Food and drink facilities include a .cafe/restaurant.


Yes - Children of all ages.

Wheelchair access

Mostly accessible (many paths flat and paved).


Yes - There is a gift shop and plant shop.

Staffordshire, B78 2AE

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Google reviews

  • 4.5

  • from 386 Google reviews

Emily Drummonds

a month ago


Lovely little place to get very unique items. Nice little caffe to get food as well! This time of year rather do Christmas chips which are well worth a visit on their own! They also had a Christmas market in the halls with loads of stalls! Was very festive!!

Angel Delight

3 weeks ago


Lovely gardens to look around and the hall itself was nice We also had a lovely afternoon tea during covid time. Staff followed all rules and were helpful and friendly. The food was amazing. Highly recommend

Stephanie Brittan

a month ago


Was attending their Christmas Fair as an exhibitor. Very well organised, lots of visitors. The grounds look lovely.

Susan Wilson

3 months ago


Was lovely. I visited on a day they had a fayre. There's the history of the House. With a lovely laid out garden with lots of beautiful old scented roses. It was packed with stalls selling all manner of things. It is wheelchair accessible. Several cafe to eat in.

beryl Hornsby

4 months ago


Historic building with walled garden and lake. Cafe with indoor and outdoor seating and craft workshops. Well worth a visit. Not suitable for wheelchair users. Plenty of parking and walks

Contact the garden

01827 283095

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