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Notice: Roof update: Work has now started on the roof repairs, the works will continue for approximately 6 months. This will involve the main house being covered in scaffolding. The ground floor of the house will remain open during the works. We are sorry for this inconvenience.

Elegant country house with highly distinctive gardens

This elegant country manor and tranquil garden sit so harmoniously within the landscape that one cannot exist without the other.

The house was lovingly rebuilt by its last owner, Ralph Dutton, after a catastrophic fire in 1960. Enjoy the beautifully proportioned rooms which house his exquisite collection of ceramics and art, each window offering undisturbed views to the tranquil countryside beyond.

Beautifully manicured lawns lead the eye down avenues of sculptured topiary, past borders full of the heady scent of roses, to breathtaking views across the South Downs.

Roof top tour

 Want to see Hinton Ampner from a whole new view?  Join us up on the roof and see the stunning views or watch as the roof is replaced.  All our roof top tours are volunteer led, and run on a first come first served basis as space is limited, and cannot be booked in advance. Please call to check they are running before you travel.

Great British Walk

Enjoy all autumn has to offer on a Great British Walk. Explore the woodland on our Dutton estate walk. Discover ancient trees and a whole spectrum of autumn colour on a parkland walk. If you prefer some company why not book one of our guided walks and see Hinton Ampner at its finest.

Autumn colour

Vivid dahlias in the sunken garden © National Trust/Louise Washington

Vivid dahlias in the sunken garden

Its not just the borders that burst with colour at Hinton Ampner in the autumn. Head out into the parkland as the leaves turn from green to vibrant shades of yellow and subtle tones of red. In the garden, dahlias and salvias are the star attraction. The walled garden is full of giant pumpkins and trees laden with fruits ready to harvest.

Autumn colour

Take home some of the harvest from Hinton Ampner © Louise Washington

Take home some of the harvest from Hinton Ampner

Its not just the borders that burst with colour at Hinton Ampner in the autumn. Head out into the parkland as the leaves turn from green to vibrant shades of yellow and subtle tones of red. In the garden, dahlias and salvias are the star attraction. The walled garden is full of giant pumpkins and trees laden with fruits ready to harvest.

Autumn colour

Vibrant salvias fill the summer borders © Louise Washington

Vibrant salvias fill the summer borders

Its not just the borders that burst with colour at Hinton Ampner in the autumn. Head out into the parkland as the leaves turn from green to vibrant shades of yellow and subtle tones of red. In the garden, dahlias and salvias are the star attraction. The walled garden is full of giant pumpkins and trees laden with fruits ready to harvest.

Autumn colour

Harvest time in the orchard © national trust

Harvest time in the orchard

Its not just the borders that burst with colour at Hinton Ampner in the autumn. Head out into the parkland as the leaves turn from green to vibrant shades of yellow and subtle tones of red. In the garden, dahlias and salvias are the star attraction. The walled garden is full of giant pumpkins and trees laden with fruits ready to harvest.

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