|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|Adult GAOE||£7.15 per ticket|
|Adult Group||£5.85 per ticket|
|Adult Standard||£6.50 per ticket|
|Child GAOE||£3.60 per ticket|
|Child Group||£2.90 per ticket|
|Child Standard||£3.25 per ticket|
|Family GAOA||£17.90 per ticket|
|Family Standard||£16.25 per ticket|
Gift Aid on Entry (GAOE) tickets include a voluntary 10% donation; visitors can, however, choose to pay the standard admission prices which are displayed at the property and at www.nationaltrust.org.uk
Groups welcome: Min 15 - Max 50. One and a half to two hours length. E-Mail for details. Group rate if booked in advance.
WIGHT IN BLOOM 2015 AWARD - 1ST PLACE (BEST TOURIST ATTRACTION GARDEN - LARGE).
Mottistone Gardens, which is in the care of the National Trust, is one of the most peaceful and magical gardens on the Island with colourful borders, shrub filled banks and grassy terraces which surround an Elizabethan manor house (tenanted). The garden has been selected by the Trust to test which plants will adapt to our changing climate and following the planting of 25 olive trees in 2005 the head gardener has been experimenting with plants from the Mediterranean and southern hemisphere. There is a small organic kitchen garden and in the tea garden is a hidden gem: The Shack, the former country office of architects Seely & Paget, tiny and usual example of Modern Movement design. Hidden in the garden are the flowerpot people and there is also a free children's activity trail sheet. The gardens also have a Tea garden and plant sales. The National Trust shop has recently undergone a refit, and sells a large range of National Trust produce, entry to the shop is before the pay barrier, and parking is free. If time allows, there are some lovely walks across the surrounding estate including one up to the Long Stone.
Situated on B3399 between Brighstone and Brook.
Open: Sunday to Thursday 12 March – 26 October 2017 10.30am – 5pm (last admission 4.30pm)
Closes dusk if earlier
PRICES 2017: See above
DRIVE LESS SEE MORE EXPERIENCES:
* By Bus - Route 12. More info - http://www.islandbuses.info/
- Countryside Setting
- No Smoking Attraction
- Outdoor Attraction
- Disabled Parking
- Disabled persons toilet
- Induction Loop System
- Wheelchair user accessible
Children & Infants
- Babes in Arms
- Baby changing
- Children’s packs
- Family Friendly, Children Welcome
Parking & Transport
- Coach parking
- Free parking
- Parking (free)
- On-Site cafe/restaurant - The tea garden serves hot and cold drinks, snacks, light lunches and teas.
- Picnic area - Visitors are welcome to picnic in the orchard.
- Refreshments Available
- Groups Accepted - Pre-booked groups welcome.
- Beach/Coast 20 min walking distance
- Dogs Accepted - Dogs on leads welcome.
- Dogs admitted on a lead
- Garden / Grounds for visitors use
- Gift shop
- Groups welcome
- Guided tours by arrangement
- Open on bank holidays
- Educational Groups
Tours and Demonstrations
- Guided Tours Available for Groups - Please contact the property for details.
Travel & Trade
- Group discounts available
Map & Directions
Road DirectionsFrom East Cowes ferry, second exit at roundabout onto Well Road, A3021, A3054 to Newport, town centre, Pyle Street, B3323 to Shorwell, B3399 between Brighstone and Brook
From Fishbourne ferry, B3339 (Fishbourne lane), A3054 to Newport, town centre, Pyle Street, B3323 to Shorwell, siuated on B3399 between Brighstone and Brook
From Yarmouth ferry, A3054 to Totland, A3055 to Freshwater, B3399 between Brighstone and Brook.
Public Transport DirectionsFrom West Cowes Red Jet Hi-speed ferry: No. 1 bus route to Newport and change to 12 to Mottistone
From Ryde Catamaran/Hovertravel: No. 9 to Newport and change to No. 12 to Mottistone
For further bus information please contact Southern Vectis at www.islandbuses.info/ or +44 0871 200 2233 (bus times) / +44 01983 827000 (head office).
- Certificate of Excellence 2017
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating:
- Very Good93
- paulmaureenandmollyliverpool ukTrip Type:CouplesWill go back on a better dayMonday, 18th September 2017Unfortunately we visited on a showery day so couldn't admire all of the gardens but what we did see was lovely and we will come back had a drink from small coffee/tea facility no cafe on site but... Read full review
- PinkertonxHereford, United KingdomTrip Type:CouplesStunning Autumn colours in the bordersFriday, 15th September 2017Wow! What a knockout! In September we were expecting to see another tired NT garden, but boy, were we wrong! The double herbaceous border was a jewel with 6ft Rudbeckia ‘Herbstsonne’ blasting their... Read full review
- Keith-from-PompeyPortskewett, United KingdomTrip Type:FamilyLovely peaceful placeThursday, 14th September 2017Lovely garden with peaceful atmosphere. If visiting with wheelchair pull into the small turning area a few hundred yards east of the car park to drop off the wheelchair user, as there is a short... Read full review
- Green Island Awards - Green Island Award - Silver 2008
|Open (12 Mar 2017 - 26 Oct 2017)|
* Last admission 16:30. Closes dusk if earlier. Shop only open 2/11/17 – 9/12/17