Enjoy our Gardens on your Next Stay with Us
Hedgefield House is a Georgian, hotel style B & B set in the beautiful, rolling countryside of England’s North East. There are around 4 acres of award winning gardens surrounding the house which visitors may find enjoyable to explore.
The Walled Garden and Hedgefield Pond
Being an enclosed, walled area helps this part of the garden to provide extra heat and wind protection, ensuring it’s a place where some more exotic plants can flourish. You could also enjoy picking a delicious, fresh apple from our ancient apple tree if you visit during autumn.
The pretty pond is created by a natural spring and the water flows through an outlet into a local dene, out into the Tyne and eventually the sea. Filled with plant life, including a lovely selection of lily plants, the pond is also home to various indigenous creatures, such as newts, frogs and dragonflies, as well as our own Koi carp you can see swimming in the waters.
The Woodland Area and the Herbaceous Borders and Lawns
The dene that runs from the pond, flows through the woodland area. Left to nature, this area is filled with woodland and woodland plants such as wild garlic or ransoms, and pretty carpets of bluebells during the spring months.
Wildlife abounds in this area and if you are lucky you might spot foxes, badgers, pheasants, rabbits or even a deer. In the much more traditional areas of the gardens there are neat, lush lawns surrounded by attractive plant filled borders, whose looks and colours change and evolve through the seasons.
This is a lovely place to stroll or even to stop and enjoy some peace and contemplate life. So, if you are looking for a place to stay in this gorgeous area of England, Hedgefield House not only offers a lovely, elegant accommodation, it also has wonderful gardens that offer something for everyone to relax and enjoy.