Welcome to Hilton Court, one of Pembrokeshire's best keep secrets. Situated in 12 acres of outstanding beauty, in the National Coastal Park to the west of Haverfordwest. There has been a residence listed here from at least 1323, when a Walter de Hilton was in residence. Visitors are drawn to the beauty and tranquillity of the delightful gardens and the breath-taking location overlooking St Brides Bay. At the centre you will find a Gallery, Pottery, Shops, Gardens, Tea Room and a Restaurant.
Enjoy the 12 acres of woodland gardens, island beds and borders containing a wide variety of unusual plants, expanses of water and ponds, wild areas, a stream and waterfalls which all add to the interest of this unique garden. There's no need to hurry in the gardens, take your time, this is a place to feel close to nature and wildlife. Take a breath of fresh air, meditate and enjoy!
Walk through a 250 year old woodland, discover the Sculpture Trail in the New Woodland, walk across rustic bridges along wild flower and lakeside paths.
Enjoy sympathetically planted flower beds giving pleasure to both the amateur and experienced gardener
The Craft Centre is housed in a group of restored stables, clustered around a cobbled Victorian courtyard.
Here you will find a variety of craft units, and shops offering fabulous and unusual gifts, allowing you to shop in a relaxed and creative atmosphere. Included is pottery by Mark and Patrizia.
Wheelchair users are well catered for and there is free parking for all our customers.