Brobury House & Gardens, Bredwardine
Beautifully maintained Victorian Garden on the banks of the River Wye and a garden for all seasons
The Gardens at Brobury House were originally laid out in the 1880s when the house was built. The setting, on the banks of the River Wye by Bredwardine Bridge, was the perfect site for a terraced Victorian garden. The panoramic views of the surrounding countryside complementing the formal gardens. The magnificent trees which give structure to the garden were part of the original design and provide a focal point for the gardens. Subsequent owners have enhanced the theme with features such as the striking stand of Paper Birches.
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 truly 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.
Brobury House and Gardens 2019 - Opening most of the year, see website for details.
- Street: Brobury
- Postcode: HR3 6BS
- City: Bredwardine
- County: Herefordshire
- Telephone: 01981 500229
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