Explore the beautiful gardens, nestled on the banks of the River Wye at Brobury House.
Uncover riverside beauty at Brobury House & Gardens
The Gardens were originally laid out in the 1880s when the house was built. The setting, on the banks of the River Wye by Bredwardine Bridge, was the perfect site for a terraced Victorian garden; the panoramic views of the glorious surrounding countryside complementing the formal gardens. The magnificent, mature trees which give structure to the gardens were part of the striking stand of Paper Birches.
Water is a prominent theme in this garden, featuring a Lutyens-inspired grotto, steps, and parterre overlooking a sunken garden. Paths from the bog garden follow a stream past ponds, through woodland and architectural planting, reaching the water meadow. From there, gaze across the River Wye to the Regency-style Bredwardine Vicarage, home and burial place of Victorian diarist Reverend Francis Kilvert. Kilvert is credited with planting the Mulberry tree adorning Brobury House’s top lawn.
Wednesday 17th July
11am – 4pm
Refreshments available to purchase
Dogs on leads welcome
Limited wheelchair access around the lower garden
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