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Abbey Dore Court Gardens
Abbey Dore
Hereford
Herefordshire

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A beautiful six acre plant-lovers‚ garden with formal, wild and river areas set in glorious Herefordshire countryside. Just over the river bridge is a further four acre meadow full of unusual trees.

The gardens feature:
Good collections of helleborus, paeonia, astrantia, ferns and bamboos
Small nursery specialising in herbaceous perennials
Walled garden recently re-planned and planted.

Abbey Dore Court Garden is open between April (weather permitting, the last weekend of March) and September.

The Garden will be open every weekend (including Bank Holidays) until the end of September between 11am and 5.00pm. It is also open most other days. However, if you are traveling from a distance, please call first on 01981 240419 to confirm that we will be open.

Groups are always welcome but must make a prior booking.

Please call 01981 240419

Details

Months Open: April - September
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes - Please pre-book
Admission Price: Adults: £3.50
Children: 50p
Catering: Café

More Attractions nearby

The Old House (0.10 miles)

Hereford Museum and Art Gallery (0.16 miles)

Hereford Cathedral (0.27 miles)

Saint John Medieval Museum (0.34 miles)

Cider Museum and King Offa Distillery (0.39 miles)

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