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Glorious Gardens of Monmouthshire

We are lucky here in Monmouthshire. There are so many wonderful gardens to visit, excellent opportunities to indulge ourselves buying plants, and beautiful places to stay. Best of all, we have fellow gardeners who share our horticultural passions. People who love gardens, we’ve discovered, are generous with their time, enthusiasm and knowledge.

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All Monmouthshire Gardens

Nant Y Bedd Garden

Abergavenny

Nant y Bedd is a 6.5 acre organic RHS Partner garden and woodland located at 1200 feet up in the Black Mountains in the Brecon Beacons National Park in Wales. See www.nantybedd.com for full details.

Nelson Garden

Monmouth

Visit this hidden Georgian garden, a favourite of Admiral Nelson's, between 12 & 3pm every Friday during the Summer.

Llanover Garden

Abergavenny

Historic garden with outstanding herbaceous borders, shrubs and trees alongside streams, ponds, rills and cascades has featured in RHS Garden, Landscape magazine, Countrylife and on television. A hidden gem of a garden in South Wales.

High Glanau Manor

Monmouth

High Glanau Manor is set in twelve acres of fine gardens, designed by H. Avery Tipping in 1922. Original features include impressive stone terraces with far reaching views.

Dewstow Gardens and Grottoes

Chepstow

Dewstow Gardens & Grottoes is one of the most beautiful and fascinating historical gardens in Monmouthshire, South Wales. With beautifully landscaped paths and decorative beds, waterfalls and pools and a labrynth of tunnels and grottoes.

The Bell at Skenfrith Garden

Monmouth

Productive organic kitchen garden with formal area of raised beds with produce including herbs, salads, vegetables, flowers (edible and cutting), soft and hard fruits. All produce grown used in the restaurant at The Bell

Veddw House Garden

Chepstow

Located deep in the heart of Monmouthshire, Veddw House Garden has been created through more than 20 years of patient work by Anne Wareham and Charles Hawes.

Wye Valley Sculpture Garden

Tintern

The Wye Valley Sculpture Garden is the vision of artist Gemma Kate Wood which in turn is an accumulation of a shared vision stretching over three generations.

Places to Stay

Enjoy a blend of history and modernity in this 4 star inn now noted for its excellent Spanish-influenced restaurant and impressive wine list.

Monmouthshire/Usk Valley. Superb facilities with toilets, wash basins, showers hand and hair driers. All free. Pub within easy walking distance. Convenient for Monmouthshire/Brecon Canal, Brecon Beacons, Wye Valley and Cardiff.

Welcoming 13th century inn nestling in the glorious Monmouthshire countryside on Offa's Dyke footpath. Taste of Wales restaurant serving traditional country food using the best fresh local ingredients. Four charming bedrooms, all en-suite.

Five star comfort. Hot tub. Sleeps 6 ,4 bedrooms. Flagged floors. Woodburner. Wonderful Touring & Walking Base,. Excellent cycling, walking, fishing ,riding. Rural not isolated. Cosy for winter breaks. Close to Tintern Abbey. Pet friendly

Conveniently situated on the north-bound side of A40 in Monmouth; the historic county town of Monmouthshire, Wales. It is situated where the River Monnow meets the River Wye, within 2 miles of the border with England.

The Three Salmons Hotel is nestled in the beautiful market town of Usk, Monmouthshire. The Three Salmons Hotel offers both a bar and a restaurant menu using only the freshest, locally sourced ingredients.

Self catering in Clydach.

Llwyn-on Hafod is situated near Hay-on-Wye on a small Welsh farm-holding of 50 acres of pasture, woodland and river meadows.

A spacious and homely 16thC former farmhouse (grade II listed) with oak beams and inglenook fireplaces, set in large garden with stream. Large car park, terrace, barbecue. Evening meals by arrangement. 9 rooms.

Set in the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with the magical Tintern Abbey a short walk away, the Tintern Old Rectory is a perfect place to enjoy the peaceful beauty of the Wye Valley and nearby Forest of Dean.

Lovely barn and stable set in five acres of land above the village of Maes y Gwartha in a delightful rural location with magnificent views over the Blorenge and Sugar Loaf Mountains and the ponies and sheep in the field.

This is a grade II listed building, originally a 17th-century coaching inn. All of the 24 bedrooms are en suite and include tea- and coffee-making facilities, a hairdryer and Freeview TV.

The Coach and Horses Inn is a 17th century Inn located in Caerwent, Monmouthshire, South Wales.

Whether you're a hiker, biker or nature-lover, our Premier Inn Abergavenny hotel is great for a short break.

A beautiful cottage located in an area of outstanding natural beauty nestled between the Wye Valley and Vale of Usk set in its own cottage garden.

Situated in the picturesque Usk valley, within the Brecon Beacons National Park. A small friendly site, ideally located for touring the Black Mountains. Fishing tickets available for River Usk. A wealth of golf clubs.

The Coach House Cottages Wonderful self-catering holiday homes in the idyllic peaceful surroundings of the wooded hillsides of the Wye Valley. The Dovecote Cottage sleeps upto 9 The Coachman's Cottage sleeps upto 5

The Two Rivers is a newly built 23 bedroom lodge style accommodation. Situated on the A48 within minutes of the M48, the Two Rivers is an ideal location for the business or leisure guest. Enjoy free Wi-Fi in all rooms bar and restaurant.

The Greyhound is a traditional country inn, situated within the beautiful Vale of Usk, offering the highest quality of home-cooked food, real ales, fine wines, and comfortable accommodation. Dog friendly.

Old stone 17th C. farmhouse offering superb views of the River Wye and Valley. Cosy, informal surroundings in which to relax and forget the stresses of your everyday routines.

Welsh Dragon