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Westonbury Mill Water Gardens

Westonbury Mill Water Gardens -

Address

Pembridge
Herefordshire
HR6 9HZ

Contact

Tel : +44 01544 388650

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Prices

adult
£5.00

The 2 acre gardens at Westonbury Mill are laid out around a tangle of streams and ponds behind the Old Corn Mill. Planting includes a huge variety of moisture loving and bog plants with splendid primulas, irises, rushes and grasses.

Numerous bridges connect the different areas of the garden and you can walk through a forest of giant gunnera. There are unusual features including a castellated stone tower with gargoyles which spout water raised by an old iron water wheel.

Adjacent to the main garden a wild flower garden is being developed with walks besides the stream and mill leat.

Westonbury Mill is in a wonderfully peaceful area of the Welsh Marshes close to the historic half timbered village of Pembridge.

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By Road

We are just off the A44 between Leominster and Kington. From Pembridge head towards Kington for 1 1/2 miles and the garden is signposted on the left.

Westonbury Mill Water Gardens - Big Pond - Bottle Dome  - Inside bottle dome -
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