‘The Garden at The Bannut’ is a garden of variety and beauty set in the magnificent Herefordshire countryside, with superb views to the Malvern Hills. It has been lovingly developed by us since 1984.
With its colourful garden rooms, shady rhododendron walks, zingy heather gardens, intriguing Secret Garden, and its ‘Far Garden’ planted with masses of wild daffodils and many beautiful trees and shrubs - this is truly a ‘Garden for all Seasons’, with, as our visitors often tell us, “a surprise around every corner”. See our ‘Garden’ page for more details, or take a tour using the interactive map.
The garden is mainly flat and quite wheelchair friendly, but as the paths are mainly grass, it can be hard going if wet. However, there are plenty of seats to rest and admire the many views.
Home-made lunches and afternoon teas are served in the tea room and adjacent tea garden and the plant sales area is stocked with plants propagated from the garden. Parking is free.
In 2013 The Garden at The Bannut is open from Good Friday to 29 September, on Wednesdays, Saturdays, Sundays & Bank Holidays from 12.30 to 5pm. Admission to the garden: adult £4.50, child £2.00 Dogs on leads are welcome.
On one Saturday only, 14 September 2013, we will be closed for an important family occasion.