Coach tours and groups
Hodsock is a great addition to any group itinerary and we recommend that you allow for 2 to 3 hours on the site. This gives ample of time to discover the estate and enjoy all the elements of the Hodsock experience.
Your group can take a self guided walk around the gardens, have lunch in the tea rooms in the new Snowdrop Village and browse for gifts and plants. Or why not book our taste and tour package? It’s an exclusive package just for groups and includes lunch and a garden tour (details below).
£4.50 per person (groups of 25 or more)
£15 Tour and Taste package
FREE entry for disabled visitors
TOUR AND TASTE £15 – JUST FOR GROUPS
Groups of up to 40 people can pre book on our new Tour and Taste package. We’ll be doing just one tour a day so book early.
Private talk and tour
Entry to Snowdrops
Hot drinks & homemade cake
Stay all day and add an afternoon cream tea to your itinerary for an extra £5 per person
Coach spaces are limited so you must pre-book. Call 01909 591 204 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
A personal welcome
We offer all our coaches a warm welcome to the estate. A member of the team will meet the coach on arrival to the estate. We’ll brief all the passengers, give them some top tips and answer any questions they may have.
Priority entry and parking
Coaches park at the top of the carpark infront of the house and away from the main public carpark. This makes it easy for your passengers to disembark and we don’t hold up a queue of traffic either as coaches access the estate via the farm road rather than the main driveway.
They say there’s no such thing as a free lunch, but here at Hodsock we say thank you to our coach drivers and group organizers by providing them with a voucher for a free lunch. This allows you to have a warm meal and drink with our compliments. Voucher needed - download it here.
A day out in Blyth
Coach tours and groups can make a day of it in Blyth. After visiting the Snowdrop garden, take the short trip the to village of Blyth and visit St Marys and St Martins. The church is open daily during Snowdrop season and offers free parking and free entry to the building. You can take a tour of the grounds and learn more about one of the oldest Naves in the country.
There are a handful of local pubs serving quality ale and food and The Emporium is a must for craft and handmade gifts.
Free Tea Tuesday
Visit the Snowdrop garden on any Tuesday during the 2013 season and receive a free hot drink. Voucher needed - download it here.