Finding us

Using the post code and Satnav can be very unhelpful as it can indicate that you have reached your destination when there is still the best part of two miles to go. Coming from Presteigne it is more helpful, but the easiest way is from Knighton. If you head out of Knighton on the A4113 Ludlow road, before you leave the 30 mph limit you turn right up the Llanshay Lane and go up the hill past the Observatory. Bear left at the first fork, right at the second and that will take you down to the car park (over the cattlegrid) and house on the right.

Coming from the east on the A4113, five miles before Knighton you pass the turn to Bucknell. A quarter of a mile further on, take the first left into an unsigned lane (Reeves Lane) between two cottages. Go two miles up the lane until you come to a sharp left turn which takes you down to Hill House Farm.

Directions guide

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Hill House Farm, Knighton, Powys LD7 1NA

Hill House Farm Garden location

National Garden Scheme open days for 2018, all 2–5pm

Sun 29th April
Sun 20th May
Sun 17th June
Sat 7th and Sun 8th July 
Sun 12 Aug
Sun 16 Sept
Sun 14 Oct

For other dates for individuals or small groups, please use the contact form below to make an appointment.

Parking

In the field adjacent to the garden. Follow the sign over the cattle grid as you approach the farm. Disabled parking available next to the house.

Access

Through the gate thirty yards down the field from where you park. Due to the sloping nature of the garden, only about a quarter of it is suitable for wheeled chairs. There are a number of benches throughout the garden.

Refreshments

For the July weekend, full homemade teas are available. For other dates a range of refreshments are available on a self-service basis, with suggested contributions into the Honesty Box.

Pets

Appropriately controlled dogs are welcome.

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