These beautiful National Trust Flagstones create a rich, open-textured weathered paving full of the character and tradition of The Cotswolds. The ideal choice for creating informal, traditional gardens.
The soft buff, cream and weathered grey hues of the flag complement both brick and stone properties alike. Hidcote Flagstones are frequently specified as an interior flooring material, where the original character and charm of an old building is sought. The product is generally accepted for listed buildings.
Available in 10 sizes, and supplied as a 10 sqm project pack for ease of laying, to create a truly authentic terrace or pathway. The flags create a rich, open-textured paving full of the character and tradition of the National Trust’s Hidcote Manor for which they are named. Providing instant maturity to any setting, they were chosen as the stunning frontage to Channel 4's 'Escape to the Chateau'.
Located near Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, it is one of the best-known and most influential Arts and Crafts gardens in Britain, with its linked “rooms” of hedges, rare trees, shrubs and herbaceous borders. These time-worn Stonecast flagstones have been authentically reproduced in fine detail from authentic Cotswold flagstone original masters, ensuring that all of the unique character is captured and reproduced, the ideal choice for creating your own informal, traditional gardens.
Team with our complementary Snowshill Shingle for a refined finish. Stonecast Hidcote Flagstones are ideal for conservation and restoration projects where originals cannot be sourced. They add instant maturity to any setting. Flagstones are delivered stacked with our innovative paving anchor spacer system.
Hidcote Flagstones are also ideally suited for interior flooring and work brilliantly with the popular indoor/outdoor designs. They are also suitable for use with underfloor heating for modern day luxury. See how one customer used them to stunning effect in the 'Old Stone Cottage' Case Study on our Blog