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Perrycroft

10-acre garden and woodland on upper slopes of the Malvern Hills with magnificent views. Arts and Crafts house (not open), garden partly designed by CFA Voysey. Walled formal garden with mixed and herbaceous borders, yew and box hedges and topiary. Dry garden, natural wild flower meadows, ponds (unfenced), bog garden, woodland walks. Some steep and uneven paths.

Sunday 30 April (12 - 5pm). Combined admission with The Picton Garden £7.50. Home-made teas. Combined admission with The Picton Garden £7.50. Home-made teas.
Every Thursday and Friday 4 May to 23 June (1 - 5pm). Admission £5.00, children free. Tea.
Every Thursday and Friday 7 September to 13 October (1 - 5pm).
Sunday 1 October (2 - 5pm). Admission £5.00.
Home-made teas Suns only, self-service tea on Thursday and Friday.

Visitors also welcome by arrangement March to December groups and individuals welcome by written arrangement excluding July & August. Admission £5.00, children free. Tea.

Gillian & Mark Archer
07858 393767
gillianarcher@live.co.uk
www.perrycroft.co.uk

This garden is not suitable for wheelchairs, due to steep and uneven grass and gravel paths, and steps.

How to find us

Perrycroft, Jubilee Drive, Upper Colwall, Malvern, Herefordshire, WR13 6DN

Between Malvern & Ledbury. On B4232 between British Camp & Wyche cutting. Park in Gardiners Quarry pay & display car park on Jubilee Drive, short walk to the garden. No parking at house except for disabled by prior arrangement.

More about Perrycroft

The gardens at Perrycroft were originally laid out in 1895 in the Arts and Crafts style, with topiary, herbaceous borders and woodland gardens. Partly designed along with the house by Arts and Crafts architect CFA Voysey, the house and garden fell into disrepair during the late 20th century. An ongoing programme of restoration since 1999 has seen the garden brought back to life along with the main house and the lodge house. Restoration and conservation of the Voysey designed buildings continues at the coach house and stables where teas are served. The Lodge is now available as a holiday let, and guests are invited to enjoy the gardens of Perrycroft at their leisure.