Mottisfont's gardens has reopened, all visitors must book in advance. Please note visitors without a booking will be turned away. Some visit restrictions and one-way routes, including the rose garden. See the website for more information.
Mottisfont is an 18th-century House with a medieval priory at it's heart. Eight centuries of history are buried deep within the walls of the former Augustinian Priory built in 1201, now shaped by its many owners.
Maud Russell made Mottisfont her home in the 1930's, bringing artists, writers and designers for weekend retreats, to relax and create works inspired by the house and its history.
The stunning walled gardens attract visitors year round, in particular for the world famous collection of old fashioned roses that flower once a year annually.
After you've taken in the house and gardens, treat yourself in one of the cafes, shop or plant centre.
For more information, visit the National Trust website, www.nationaltrust.org.uk/mottisfont
Picture credit: The National Trust
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