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Brobury House Garden
Brobury House, Brobury, Herefordshire HR3 6BS
  • Amenities
    • Disabled access
    • Dog friendly
    • Groups welcome
    • Toilets

Brobury House Garden

Gardens (Open all year round)

Brobury House Garden is open every day, all year round. Set on the banks of The River Wye, the gardens offer an idyllic setting for this Victorian style terraced garden.

The panoramic views of the surrounding Herefordshire countryside really complement the formal gardens. The magnificent trees give structure to the garden and showcase the original design providing a focal point for the gardens.

The present owners, Keith and Pru Cartwright have been at Brobury since 2001 and have embarked on a programme of restoration and development in conjunction with their garden designer Peter Antonius.

It is a garden for all seasons. whether you visit for the first flush of Spring blossom or the spectacular late Autumn blaze…and beyond into the pale light of Winter, there is always interest and beauty.

There are three formal water features which have been intertwined into the original terraces – a bog garden has now been established at the bottom of the specimen tree walk and from this paths follow a stream through woodland, leading finally to the two acre water-meadow beyond. The most recent water feature is a Lutyens-inspired pool with steps and an ornamental arrangement of flower beds.

New for 2023. Brobury now has a new indoor/outdoor walled garden Café, offering a selection of hot & cold drinks, Coffee from local Black Mountain Roast, Breakfast, Lunch, Cream Tea, Homemade cakes and scones and Ice cream. All with views overlooking the gardens in peaceful surroundings. More information here.

Dogs on leads welcome.

Opening times: The gardens are open every day, all year round between 10am and 5pm.

Coach Parties and Groups Welcome.

Admission: Adults £9 Children 5-15 £5 Under 5 FREE

Disabled Access is available for more than 50 percent of the gardens, however there are some slopes therefore an able-bodied companion is advised.

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