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Working closely with the neighbouring Highgrove House & Gardens, The Close Hotel is delighted to offer this very special package.
Please contact us on 01666 502272 to enquire about dates and availability for 2014 and 2015. Alternatively send us an enquiry or join our mailing list by selecting the buttons on the right.
Enjoy a nights accommodation at the Close hotel, three-course dinner in the Dining Room, full English breakfast in the morning followed by a tour of the private gardens of their Royal Highnesses The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall.
Places are very limited on this rare opportunity to see these beautiful gardens.
From £99 per person to include accommodation, 3-course dinner, full English breakfast and tickets to the garden tour. Stay for a 2nd night for only £49 per person including accommodation and full English breakfast the following morning.
About the Garden Tour
HRH The Prince of Wales has spent 30 years transforming the grounds of Highgrove into what have been acknowledged as some of the most inspired and innovative gardens in the United Kingdom.
You should plan for your visit to last approximately 3½ hours. This will include time for refreshments and visiting the Highgrove Shop. Your garden tour will be led by one of His Royal Highness’s Guides who are knowledgeable about most aspects of the garden. The garden tour lasts approximately 2 hours and covers two miles of garden.
Please note that you will need to provide photographic identification (passport or photo driving licence) upon arrival at Highgrove.
There will be up to 26 guests during your Garden tour.
Once booked, the tours are non-refundable and non-transferable. Please be aware that tours will take place in all weathers. Suitable clothing and footwear is recommended.
Highgrove reserves the right to cancel, postpone or re-schedule garden tours at short notice in which case a refund or an alternative date will be agreed. All the profits from the sale of garden tours by Highgrove are paid to the Princes charities foundation.