Weir Garden, Herefordshire
The Weir Garden is a beautiful woodland garden adjoining the River Wye. It is managed by the National Trust
The Weir Garden (National Trust) is perched in an enchanted place overlooking the River Wye. Created in the late 18th century Humphrey Repton was involved with both the design of the woodland garden and the walled garden.
Various trails take you along the woodland garden with the River Wye in view most of the time.
There is a River Meadow ideal for picnics where the National Trust provides deckchairs.
What to see at the Weir Garden -
- Snowdrops in February March
- Bluebells in April and early May
- Beautiful Trees
- A fine rock garden with colourful plantings
- Rustic Hut
- Roman Ruins
- Walled Garden
- Foster and Pearson Glasshouse
Opening Hours at the Weir (National Trust) - 2019 - Open most of the year - See website for details.
Best time to visit - Spring but also check for snowdrops in February. A peaceful and beautiful place any time of year.
- Street: The Weir Garden
- Postcode: HR4 7QF
- City: Hereford
- County: Herefordshire
- Telephone: 01981 590509
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