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Ty Boda

Abergavenny

A 4 acre hillside garden with stunning views out over the Vale of Usk. Wildlife pond, stream and winding paths through a meadow newly planted with fifteen hundred native trees. Medieval style medicinal herb garden, potager, fernery, orchard, rope swing, stone circle and roses, roses everywhere! Steep slopes and slippery steps, so come prepared!
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    Ty Boda means House of the Buzzzards and they circle over this four-acre garden set on the slopes of the Blorenge Mountain. There are stunning views over the Vale of Usk towards the Skirrid and beyond. A wildlife pond with resident grass-snakes is fed by a tumbling stream. Paths wind through a meadow newly planted with fifteen hundred native trees and a host of wild flowers. There is a medieval style, medicinal herb garden well labelled with their uses, a potager, fernery, orchard, giant stone circle, three fountains and roses everywhere, climbing over pergolas and up the old cherry trees. There is a rope-swing for children, viewing platforms and scrumptious home-made cakes and tea. Warning - this is a hillside garden with steep slopes and slippery paths so visitors should come prepared!

Features and Attractions

Scrumptious home-made cakes and tea.

Ty Boda- Canceled

Refreshments:

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

Pre-booking essential, please go to our events page to book your tickets.

Admission by donation

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  • Regular opening
  • Open by arrangement only
  • Cancelled opening
Owner Information

Mike & Mary Shooter

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How to find us

Ty Boda
Upper Llanover
Abergavenny
Gwent
NP7 9EP

Off A4042.
  • More detailed directions
    Follow directions to Upper Llanover (coming from Abergavenny) or Pencroesoped (coming from Cwmbran), narrow lanes. Watch out for signs to Goose & Cuckoo Pub. If you get there, you've past us!

More about Ty Boda

Ty Boda means House of the Buzzzards and they circle over this four-acre garden set on the slopes of the Blorenge Mountain. There are stunning views over the Vale of Usk towards the Skirrid and beyond. A wildlife pond with resident grass-snakes is fed by a tumbling stream. Paths wind through a meadow newly planted with fifteen hundred native trees and a host of wild flowers. There is a medieval style, medicinal herb garden well labelled with their uses, a potager, fernery, orchard, giant stone circle, three fountains and roses everywhere, climbing over pergolas and up the old cherry trees. There is a rope-swing for children, viewing platforms and scrumptious home-made cakes and tea. Warning - this is a hillside garden with steep slopes and slippery paths so visitors should come prepared!

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