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Barn House, Chepstow

Boldly and generously planted garden of an acre. Wealth of ornamental grasses plus long, late flowering perennials. Stunning mass plantings incl 70m miscanthus hedge. Imaginatively designed contrasting areas incl tranquil sunken terrace with lush Asian grasses, hot border of potted tender perennials, orchard and exuberantly planted vegetable garden screened by bamboos.

Greenfields is a 10 min walk from Barn House. Visitors can enjoy a great day out in the Wye Valley and visit 2 spectacular gardens. See

Sunday 25 June (1 - 5.30pm). Combined admission with Greenfields, Brockweir Common £8.00, children free. Home-made teas.

Visitors also welcome by arrangement June to September, single visit Barn House (£4.50) or combined with Greenfields (£8). See Admission £4.50, children free. Home-made teas.

Mrs Kate Patel
01291 680041

How to find us

Barn House, Chepstow, Brockweir Common, Chepstow, Gloucestershire, NP16 7PH

10m S of Monmouth & N of Chepstow, under 1 hr from Hereford, Cheltenham & Cardiff. From Chepstow A466 to Monmouth. 2m past Tintern Abbey R Brockweir Bridge then up Mill Hill ½m, 1st L at The Rock (cottage) continue uphill 1½m. BH on R. No large coaches.

More about Barn House, Chepstow

The Garden at Barn House is situated in a secluded area in the Wye Valley, between the villages of Brockweir & St Briavels.

Featured on BBC Gardeners World and in Country Homes & Interiors.

Brockweir and Hewelsfield's award winning Village Shop & Eco Project, which has a great selection of local produce, is only a few minutes from Barn House. It also has a super adventure playground & allotment. There is a welcoming pub in the pretty village too. Nearby other attractive villages include St Briavels with its 13th century Castle.

Tintern Abbey & the ancient market towns of Chepstow & Monmouth are close by.

The Wye Valley is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, bordered by the The Forest of Dean. Both offer an excellent range of outdoor activities for all.

We are 30 - 45 minutes drive from Bristol, Hereford, Gloucester and Cheltenham, and within easy reach of Newport & Cardiff.

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The Garden is on a gentle slope & has some gravel paths.