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Lindors Country House

9 acres of mature woodland gardens with streams, ponds, formal gardens with over 80 varieties of trees. Wild flower meadows host a variety of wild Orchids species. Traditional games on the lawns and lunches served on the terraces. Garden tours available.

Putting green, bowls, tennis, croquet.

Saturday 17 February, Sunday 18 February, Saturday 10 March, Sunday 11 March, Saturday 31 March, Sunday 1 April, Monday 2 April, Saturday 5 May, Sunday 6 May, Monday 7 May, Saturday 26 May, Sunday 27 May, Monday 28 May, Saturday 25 August, Sunday 26 August, Monday 27 August (10am - 4.30pm). Admission £3.50, children free. Light refreshments.
Refreshments available all day. Light meals 12–4pm, Hot meals 12–2pm.

Christian Guild
01594 530283
lindors@christianguild.co.uk
www.lindors.co.uk

Some gravel paths.

How to find us

Lindors Country House, The Fence, St. Briavels, Lydney, Gloucestershire, GL15 6RB

Lower Wye Valley. Monmouth 7m, Chepstow 9m, Coleford 4m. From Monmouth/Chepstow use Wye Valley rd (A466). Turn at Bigswier Bridge towards St Briavels for ½m. From St Briavels Castle head downhill towards River Wye. On L ½m before bottom of hill.

More about Lindors Country House

Originally set out in 1846, the garden was built on the Mork Brook that
flows into the River Wye a mile below the nine acres of gardens. The
unique location of Lindors has allowed many of the original trees to
prosper. There are now over 80 varieties of trees here. The oldest trees are
believed to around 200 years old and amongst the tallest in the country. Come in late spring to see our Wild Orchids.

The Orchard has a number of old and rare varieties of Apple. Alcohol
was prohibited at Lindors when the trees were planted but the gardeners
obviously had other ideas as many of them produce Cider Apples.
Beyond the Orchard is Woodland Way. This series of streams and
waterfalls lead to the St Briavel’s road.

In 2016 the Bible Garden was redesigned to create a quiet space for
respite. Using the concept of an outdoor church the garden has been laid
out with aisles, nave, chancel and spire to create a number of “Rooms”,
each with a unique feel.