The Garden
Longhorn Beef Sales
Garden Calendar
Garden Map
Garden Highlights
Garden Areas
Garden School
Plant Nursery
Garden Shop
Book, A History of Coton Manor
Opening Times
How To Find Us
Stableyard Café
Season Tickets and Vouchers
Group Visits
Group Booking
Contact Us
Rodney the Macaw
Mailing List
Links

Visitor Information

Coton Manor, Coton, Northamptonshire, NN6 8RQ. Tel. 01604 740219
Coton Manor
Please note we are not an RHS Partner Garden
Opening Times - 2017
Snowdrops & Hellebores
Saturday 18th February - Sunday 5th March
(special opening times and admission for this fortnight only! £3.50 11.00am - 4.00pm)
 
Main Opening Season
  Saturday 1st April - Saturday 30th September
12.00noon - 5.30pm (last admission 4.45pm)

Open Tuesday to Saturday
CLOSED SUNDAYS AND MONDAYS
except Bank Holiday weekends when we are open Sat, Sun & Mon.
 
We welcome our visitors although please note:
PHOTOGRAPHERS - Tripods and monopods are no longer allowed in the garden. See below
DOGS - Whilst dogs are not allowed in the garden to protect the wildfowl, they may be exercised in the grassy car park.
oak leaf image
Admission:
Adults : £7.00
Concession : £6.50
Children : £2.50
 
oak leaf image
Group Bookings:
Groups comprising 15 or more visitors, £6.00 per person Click here for Group Bookings
oak leaf image
Season Tickets:
Adults: £21.00
Concession : £18.50
Child (5-17yrs): £7.50
click here to order online
 
oak leaf image
Disabled Visitors:
The garden is on a slope (steep in places) and although the terrain is difficult in places for wheelchairs there are a number of seats around the garden for visitors to use.
oak leaf image
PHOTOGRAPHERS:
Tripods and monopods are no longer allowed in the garden. Recently we have been inundated by people with tripods and have decided to operate a 'no tripod' policy as we feel they can be imposing and detract from the enjoyment of the majority of visitors. Coton Manor is a private property and we reserve the right to restrict photography and entry to the garden in this way. We are very sorry for any inconvenience. None of the photos on this website were taken using a tripod.