With views of the Malvern Hills and the Black Mountains, this long and thin garden forms a division between mature woodland and pasture.

Created by the owners since 2005, attractions include a dovecote housing 30 resident white doves overlooking a formal garden, hot borders which peak in July, a large gravel garden, woodland planting, extensive mixed borders, a new arboretum and several ponds, one of which is a haven for newts, frogs and dragonflies.

  • Hot and cold drinks
  • Afternoon teas and cakes
  • Wheelchair access limited