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The Hymns

Presteigne

In a beautiful setting in the heart of the Radnor valley, the garden is part of a restored C16 farmstead, with long views to the hills, and The Radnor Forest. It is a traditional garden reclaimed from the wild, using locally grown plants and seeds, and with a herb patio, wildflower meadows and a short woodland walk. It is designed for all the senses: sight, sound and smell.
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    Set just north of the Four Stones, pre-historic standing stones, there are mown walk ways to carefully placed garden benches, and views to the hills and the ancient village of Old Radnor, where Alfred Watkins evolved his thoughts of Ley-lines. The Hymns has inspired several artists, the work of whom can sometimes be seen in the barn. It reflects the County motto : 'Powys Paradwys Cymru', 'Powys – the paradise of Wales'. See garden website for detailed information.

The Hymns- Canceled

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On this day, this garden is open by arrangement, which means that you will have to contact the owner to arrange visits for groups.

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Owner Information

E Passey
07958 762362
thehymns@hotmail.com
http://www.thehymns.co.uk

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The Hymns
Walton
Presteigne
Powys
LD8 2RA

More about The Hymns

Set just north of the Four Stones, pre-historic standing stones, there are mown walk ways to carefully placed garden benches, and views to the hills and the ancient village of Old Radnor, where Alfred Watkins evolved his thoughts of Ley-lines. The Hymns has inspired several artists, the work of whom can sometimes be seen in the barn. It reflects the County motto : 'Powys Paradwys Cymru', 'Powys – the paradise of Wales'. See garden website for detailed information.

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