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West Green House, Hook

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West Green House is an 18th-century country house at West Green in Hartley Wintney in the English county of Hampshire. The house is listed Grade II*. It is well known for its gardens and for its summer season of opera.
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  • I had found these gardens on the National Trust website but was surprised on arrival to find no mention of National Trust on any of the signing. It would appear that NT gave the property up to a priva...  more »
  • Well it was a great visit, the gardens are beautiful so worth it. Roses peonies lavender box - all looked perfect. We had a picnic after in the grassy overflow orchard style car park.  more »
  • While the garden and layout of the garden is beautiful, there was far too much of it closed to the public including the greenhouse for a private function, the bridge over to the lake, the orangery the...  more »
  • Great small garden owned and run by a Silver Gilt Chelsea winner 2014, lovely good in the cafĂ©. They hold various events throughout the year for adults and children including evening music events.
  • Beautiful place with an interesting history. Even though the garden itself is quite small the multiple pathways, grass areas, cafeteria and shops make sure that the visitors are not crowded into one area. The cafeteria seems to struggle with rush hours, but it's terass is a very nice place to have your afternoon tea. The garden itself is well taken care of and it has interesting combinations of different flowers and plants.
  • This beautiful garden is magical. It is imaginatively planted and extremely pretty with a variety of settings, and completely tranquil. We enjoyed the water features, wild areas and more formal planting. The walled garden with fruit trees and pretty hedging was delightful. A cup of tea and a nap on the lawn topped it off. You must visit.
  • Beautiful location and the gardens have such a variety of environments. Great place to take a camera
  • Brilliant for young children, lots of open space to explore. Beautiful cafe with good coffee, cakes and fresh meals.