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The walled garden with it’s flowers and vegetables, and glass houses is delightful; enjoy a pleasant stroll along the pathways. The added bonus to this National Trust location is the walk along the banks of the River Wye and when you’ve done enough walking relax...More
We visited the weir gardens today and had a great time. The gardens looked lovely and the afternoon tea by the river was delightful. The staff were very friendly and helpful. The walled gardens were beautiful. I Will definitely visit again soon.
The National Trust has a number of projects on the go here and the walled garden is particularly worth a look because of the sheer quality and quantity of produce on display - we bought some prize-winning onions and loved the green-house in its late...More
lovey peaceful by the river
good place to sit and relax
the wall garden was full of fruit and vegetables
the sunflowers where ginormous i have never seen such big sunflowers
nice tea tent with refreshments lovey acer trees too
We went on a raining morning and were pleasantly surprised. We spent over two hours just playing and walking. The NT have made an effort to create fair style coconut shy, tin can alley and hoopla. I can imagine on a sunny day it is...More
I have wanted to visit The Weir Garden for sometime and was not disappointed. It is not the normal National Trust site as there is no stately home or ruins. However, the garden borders the river Wye. The paths are high above the river so...More
Located only a few miles to the West of Hereford, the Weir is a must for National Trust members. Located next to the river you will learn that there is actually no weir as it was removed over 300 years ago to make the river...More
There are lovely, fairly short walks along the riverside and through woods. Bring a picnic as there are deckchairs to sit in up above the river
There’s a tea tent where you do your own drinks and an honesty box, nice idea for a quieter...More
We went here because of the name ,a garden. It wasn’t what we expected as there is a walled garden but most of the ‘garden’ is a walk alongside the river Wye with lower and upper paths. Once you have gone half way there seemed...More
30 mins if you wish to speed round, a couple of hours if the sun is out and you decide to sit on a deckchair and watch the Wye eddy past you. Its easy going but would say not ideal for wheelchair or someone who struggles... More
30 mins if you wish to speed round, a couple of hours if the sun is out and you decide to sit on a deckchair and watch the Wye eddy past you. Its easy going but would say not ideal for wheelchair or someone who struggles with uneven ground. Absolutely brilliant if you are a child and love to clamber and climb.