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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

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.

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.

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.

Nelson Garden

Monmouth

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

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.

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.

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.

Places to Stay

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.

Trevyr Barn offers 5 star luxury holiday accommodation for 6-7 in a recently converted stone barn just outside Grosmont on the beautiful Welsh border.

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.

The Three Tuns is a 16th Century Inn located next to the Castle in the historical town of Chepstow. The rooms have been recently renovated with an abundance of charm and character.

Welcome to Harvest Home 2020 bespoke Shepherd Lodges, situated around a large natural wildlife pond, with unspoilt panoramic views of seven mountains and Raglan Castle.

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.

Come and stay at our newly refurbished 3 bedroom cottage overlooking the vineyard, within 10 minutes walking distance of the historic border town of Monmouth.

Cuddfan Cottage sleeps 2 guests with twin beds. One of a pair of delightful stone cottages situated on a small hill farm, dating back to 1690 with magnificent panoramic views. Excellent walking & riding. Pets Welcome. Abergavenny 10 minutes

Situated in the picturesque Usk valley, Roland, Beverley and Holly extend a warm welcome to the newly named and completely refurbished Llangeview Lodge.

The First Hurdle Guest House provides Bed & Breakfast in Chepstow combining the comforts of home with a friendly and professional service.

Situated in an idyllic, rural setting in a designated area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. 2 bedroom barn conversion features a spiral staircase, oak beams & woodburner. It enjoys beautiful views over the Wye Valley and beyond.

The hotel is on the bank of the River Usk, nestled into the slopes of Sugarloaf mountain in the Brecon Beacons. Views from the rooms, restaurant, conservatory and grounds are breathtaking. Service is warm, friendly and professional.

At the southern end of the beautiful Llanthony Valley in the Black Mountains stands Llwyn Celyn, an exceptionally important house. It was built in 1420 on the lands of the Llanthony Priory.

Oak and Ash Cottages are spacious 5* holiday accommodation recently built near a village pub with excellent links to M4, M5, M50 and A40.

Self catering in Clydach.

The Kings Arms is a late 16th Century coaching inn, giving a fine example of what much of Abergavenny would have looked like before formal Georgian modifications.

Breakfast in two rooms with private facilities on a working farm in South Wales (near Monmouth). Environmental projects undertaken on farm.

Pen-Y-Dre Farm Cottages is a recently converted beautiful 17th Century Coach House near Abergavenny in Monmouthshire. Much attention has been paid to the finer details.

Enjoy comfortable surroundings and a warm welcome at Tŷ Hotel, formerly Hampton by Hilton and now part of The Celtic Collection.

Mathern Palace, A grade 1 listed building located close to the severn estuary, is a building with a vast amount of historic stories associated to it. Between the years of 1408 and 1705 it was the main residence of the Bishops of Llandaff..

Welsh Dragon