Eastcote House Gardens
Eastcote House Gardens is a peaceful yet welcoming park, which has stood at the heart of Eastcote for more than 500 years.
Much of Eastcote House Gardens is grassland and many fine old ornamental trees grace the landscape. The significance of the word 'gardens' in the name of the site is due mainly to the Walled Garden where horticultural expertise is displayed in the maintenance of shrubs, herbaceous borders and herb beds.
An old orchard retains the tradition of past domestic use and Mulberry, Fig, Apples, Walnut and Medlar are featured. A new orchard was planted in December 2011 to mark the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
Explore the story of the herbs in the walled garden of Eastcote House Gardens with our short video...
The cafe is open 9am to 3pm every day.
The Stables are a 17th century timber-framed building, which can be used for community/charity events and private hire between 9am and 9pm, with a maximum capacity of 50 people.
- This venue is not available for commercial/business bookings.
- The building does not have an alcohol or entertainment licence and cannot be used for functions involving the playing of loud music.
- Hillingdon Council does not provide a catering service for functions in the Stables.
There is a small kitchenette but there are no facilities to cook or heat food in the building and cutlery is not provided.
February 9am to 4pm
March 9am to 5pm
April 9am to 6pm
May 9am to 8pm
June 9am to 8pm
July 9am to 8pm
August 9am to 8pm
September 9am to 7pm
October 9am to 5pm
November 9am to 4pm
December 9am to 4pm