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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.

Ashford House

Crickhowell

Ashford Garden is a walled garden surrounded by a woodland and water garden.

Nelson Garden

Monmouth

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

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.

Dewstow Gardens and Grottoes

Chepstow

Imagine discovering a lost garden with tunnels and underground grottoes buried under thousands of tons of soil for over 50 years. Most of the repairs have now been completed during a massive restoration operation which began in 2000.

Wye Valley Sculpture Garden

Tintern

You can find this garden nestled in it’s tranquil and secluded setting on a gentle sunny slope in the heart of the Lower Wye Valley.

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

Llanover Garden

Abergavenny

A stunning 15 acre historic garden with unusual herbaceous plants, shrubs and trees, a circular walled garden, streams, cascades, rills and ponds surrounded by parkland. Totally unique!

Places to Stay

Rock & Fountain

The Rock & Fountain is situated in the Welsh countryside with easy access to Newport, Cardiff and Bristol. We have 6 executive apartments ideal for business travellers and family breaks. Each room has en suite and kitchenette.

The Beaufort, Raglan

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

Llanwenarth Hotel & Riverside Restaurant

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.

Road House Narrowboats

The ‘Mon & Brec Canal’ is considered by many to be the most scenic waterway of all and lies within the Brecon Beacons National Park.

Brynhonddu Country House Bed & Breakfast

Secluded Country house dating from the C16th set in grounds with adjacent working farm.

High View Barn

Brand new conversion of 300 year old barn.The perfect romantic getaway for a couple (or couple with two teenage children). Very private. Underfloor heating, contemporary Swedish woodburner and triple-glazed floor to ceiling windows.

Highlands Camping & Caravan Site

Highlands Campsite is a perfect hideaway yet with stunning views across the valley. Peaceful setting in centre of Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty 5 miles south of Monmouth.

Mathern Palace

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..

Glen Trothy Caravan & Camping Park

Quiet level park in beautiful countryside setting on edge of Forest of Dean and Wye Valley. Excellent amenities. Good motorway access. Level 6.5 acre site.

St Pierre Marriott Hotel & Country Club

St Pierre Marriott Hotel & Country Club is built around a beautiful 14thC manor house & is ideally located only a short drive from the Old Severn Bridge. It offers outstanding accommodation and conference facilities.

The Beaufort Hotel

16C inn in the heart of Chepstow. Excellent food (AA rosette) both restaurant and bar meals, popular bar.

Werngochlyn Farm

Cottages converted from 18th century barns 2½ miles from the market town of Abergavenny.

Little Barn

Delightfully converted barn for 2 people - set in its own private garden with beautiful views.

Penylan Farm Cottages

Situated in the heart of Monmouthshire on a working farm which was originally part of the Rolls Estate. Ciderhouse Cottage sleeps 7 Beili Stable sleeps 4 The Mill sleeps 2

Old Rectory

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.

Cwrt Bleddyn Hotel & Spa

Dating back to the 17th Century, the historic building has been refurbished and extended to create a manor house hotel with all the necessities of modern life.

Pwll Du Adventure Centre

The recently renovated accommodation at the Centre has been designed to cater for large groups or extended families.

Dolly's Barrn

Dolly's Barn has stunning views and a lovely relaxed atmosphere for your well earned break with just sheep and cows for your neighbours.

Blossom Touring Park

Blossom Holiday Park is an exciting new development set in a south facing pear and plum orchard located 1.5 miles on the out skirts of Abergavenny.

Tintern Old Rectory B&B

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.