Important notice

The Gardens are open with pre-booked entry for members and non-members. Pre-booking is not available on the day but for same-day late availability, please call ahead of your visit 01794 368787 to avoid disappointment.

The Garden Restaurant, Courtyard Café and Tilia Tree Café are all open.

The Tree House and Wobbly bridge are now open.

In line with the Government’s advice, customers are encouraged to wear a face covering when indoors, to clean their hands regularly and clean surfaces that are touched regularly. If you feel unwell, please stay at home. See the latest national guidance.

Brentry Woodland will be CLOSED on Wednesday 8 September for essential maintenance, sorry for any inconvenience caused.

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Enjoy the new dining experience at the Garden Restaurant, Jermyn’s House

for brunch, lunch and afternoon teas

The Garden Restaurant
Hilliers garden restaurant

Enjoy the new dining experience at the Garden Restaurant, Jermyn’s House

for brunch, lunch and afternoon teas

The Garden Restaurant 

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Contact us

Sir Harold Hillier Gardens, Jermyns Lane, Romsey , Hampshire, SO51 0QA
How to find us
info.hilliers@hants.gov.uk
01794 368787

Updates from Twitter

  • The Garden Restaurant at Jermyn’s House is now open for you to preview before the officially opening. If you are a… https://t.co/7UidCvSrxm
    2 months ago
  • Join the team, we have two paid Horticultural student positions available. Interested or know someone who would be?… https://t.co/ilB9MuY1uc
    2 months ago
  • New jobs! We are looking for two senior Horticulturists to join the team. One to look after the well know Centena… https://t.co/fzMNVKgqXk
    4 months ago

Keep updated at @HillierGardens

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