Shopping at Hidcote
A visit wouldn’t be complete without a spot of retail therapy. Pop into our shop to take home a beautiful memento or a tasty treat to remember your day at Hidcote. Or why not visit our plant centre to find that perfect plant for your own garden?
Retail therapy at Hidcote
Our shop is a treasure trove of wonderful products inspired by our special places. You can find a great selection of locally made products and take home a memory of your day, including beautiful Porcelain jewellery and art by local artist Tracy Churchill. Our plant centre is the largest in the National Trust and sells a variety of both locally grown plants and plants that reflect the gardens at Hidcote.
Our 2020 calendar is now on sale in the shop for £5. Brighten up your home and stay organised at the same time with beautiful pictures of Hidcote taken throughout the year.
Take home a memory
Hidcote shop is open daily throughout the season until the property closes. It is located in the main Courtyard Garden. There you will find a range of National Trust products that include ladies accessories, decorative homeware, garden and books, all of which are inspired by our properties. If you're in the mood for something sweet or savoury, you'll also find our delicious range of food and drink.
A taste of the Cotswolds
In the heart of rural England, the Cotswolds has a renowned reputation for producing delicious food and drink of the highest quality. We sell an extensive selection of locally produced delicacies.
Meet some of our award-winning suppliers:
• North Cotswold Brewery, Stretton-on-Fosse for locally made beer
• JoLo Jewellery, sterling silver jewellery designed and made in Stratford-upon-Avon
• Cotswold Fudge, Kingham make exquisite fudge
• Cotswold Gold, Broadway for our rapeseed and infused oils
• Hazel Hutton-Clark, greetings cards featuring Hidcote
The Hidcote second-hand bookshop is looking for a boost to help keep the shelves stocked.
We are asking anyone who has any books, particularly paperback fiction, or CD’s and DVD’s to please donate them at our Visitor Reception building. The bookshop is located by the plant house in an old stable.
Arts and Crafts
Chipping Campden, about four miles from Hidcote, became an important centre for the Arts and Crafts Movement in the early 20th Century. Many craftsmen and women moved there after William Morris set up his country home at Kelmscott Manor near Lechlade. Local artists continue to keep alive the area’s reputation as a centre of excellence, producing high quality, unique pieces of jewellery and pottery which we sell in our shop.
Hidcote Plant Centre
Our Plant Centre, located next to our new Visitor Reception stocks a wide range of unusual plants as well as decorative ornaments, seeds, books, pots and tools.Our good quality, value for money plants are selected to provide a reflection of the gardens at Hidcote, so as the seasons change there is always something new to see.
Our Plant Centre team are very knowledgeable, so please don’t hesitate to ask them for their advice – whether it’s a plant you'd like to identify or to check the best way to grow a potential purchase.
Open seven days a week from March through to October, it’s the perfect place to pick up something different for your garden – a memory of Hidcote – or a gift for a green fingered friend.