Hidden garden of Greyshott

Hidden Care Home of Hindhead

Posted on by Nicky Macfarlane

The Huntington & Langham Estate opened the Hoare family’s private garden for the Hidden Gardens of Grayshott on the last day of May.

Open Garden

It was amazing how many people have lived in the local area for years and never knew the extent of what exists on the Estate.

But you are forgiven if you have never had a reason to venture down the half mile drive from the Hindhead roundabout, as it is otherwise hidden from view.

If you did visit the Estate during the Hidden Gardens event you may have treated yourself to tea and cake in the walled garden, as did some of the residents of the Estate’s two care homes, Huntington House and Langham Court.

Huntington Lodge

The residents are able to enjoy areas of the Estate such as the lily pond pavilion and woodland walks all year round, but being involved in an event with access to other areas was anticipated with much excitement, particularly by the keen gardeners among them.

There is similar anticipation among residents for the re-opening of the recently grass-seeded view point affording some of the best views from the Estate overlooking Butser Hill and the South Downs.