Houses & Gardens

Bromyard is surrounded by some of the loveliest countryside in England, with rolling hills, small valleys and rivers and attractive villages. Set among these are houses and gardens waitng for you to visit. Here is a selection of these:

 moors meadowMoors Meadow Garden & Nursery
Moors Meadow is an intriguing and eclectic garden, full of appeal to the true plantsman. The seven-acre organic hillside site offers superb views over the Kyre Valley.
There are countless bulbs, brimming herbaceous borders, a grass garden, a rhododendron glade, a fernery, a cottage style garden, a herb garden and a highly productive kitchen garden.
Moors Meadow, Collington, Bromyard
Tel: 01885 410318  Website: www.moorsmeadow.co.uk
Open:11.00am – 5.00pm, open daily (closed Wednesday & Thursday) 25th March – 7th September. Other times by arrangement.
 Lower BrockhamptonBrockhampton Estate (National Trust), Bringsty, Nr Bromyard.
A beautiful 1,700 acre working estate of parkland, orchards, farmland and woodland, offering miles of walks with breathtaking views and a rich variety of wildlife. At the heart of the estate is the picturesque medieval manor house and timber-framed gatehouse, surrounded by a moat and damson orchards. Events held all year round, tea-room and shop. Estate open every day. House open daily from February to November, 10am to 5pm.
Tel: 01885 482077
Website: www.nationaltrust.org.uk/brockhampton
 The BannutThe Garden at the Bannut
Nearly 3 acres of formal and informal gardens with much to enjoy throughout the seasons. Many colourful herbaceous plants and interesting trees and shrubs. Colour themed gardens, unusual knot garden, “secret” garden, lovely views to the Malvern Hills. Home-made lunches and teas.
Open: April-September, Wednesdays, Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays, 12.30 to 5.00pm.
Bringsty.
Tel:
01885 482206
Website: 
www.bannut.co.uk

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