Brobury House is a charming Victorian building
Brobury House and gardens is on the banks of the River Wye in Herefordshire near Bredwardine. The house is a charming Victorian building which the current owners Keith and Pru Cartright have renovated. There are eight acres of garden which have been nurtured to retain the original Victorian character.
Set in the peace and tranquility of Brobury countryside, it is an ideal place to explore the city of Hereford, the Welsh Marches and the book lovers paradise of Hay on Wye. It is a place to relax and unwind. All are welcome, especially nature lovers, gardeners, artists, photographers and those who would just like to sit and picnic in beautiful surroundings.
Bed & Breakfast at Brobury House offers modern en suite rooms with stunning views across the gardens. Breakfast is served in the conservatory and offers a full range of foods from full English to continental. Free WI-FI is available.
If you are planning a longer stay, why not consider one of the beautifully peaceful cottages set within the 8 acres of Brobury House Gardens. A perfect rural retreat in the heart of Herefordshire countryside. Each cottage offers spacious kitchen, dining and living room facilities, two bedrooms and shower over the bath. Free Wi-Fi is available.
Nestled on the banks of The River Wye, Brobury House Gardens have a recurring theme of water with a stream, water features and a bog garden.
Dogs welcome by arrangement only.
Brobury House Gardens
Set on the banks of The River Wye, Brobury House Gardens offer an idyllic setting for the 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. Come and share with us 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.
Water is a recurring theme, three formal water features have been woven 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 watermeadow beyond. And the most recent a Lutyens inspired pool.
Opening times: The gardens are open every day, all year round between 10am and 5pm.
Admission: Adults – £6.00 Children – £1.00 Under 3’s go 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.
Dogs are welcome on leads. Toilets are available.