Large and beautiful sheltered SW facing garden in development, planted with uncommon trees and acid loving shrubs. Long border, hot border, wildlife pond, sunset arbour and riverside path. Driveway packed with native daffodils, snowdrops and bluebells in the spring. Sunny terrace for teas.
Saturday 19 May (1 - 6pm). Admission £4.00, children free. Home-made teas.
Dr Pauline Ruth
Wheelchair access to level terrace.
How to find us
The Alma, Bully Hole Bottom, Usk Road, Shirenewton, Gwent, NP16 6SA
Southwest facing slope overlooking valley. B4235 Usk to Chepstow signposted Bully Hole Bottom. Down hill over bridge up to T junction. Drive straight ahead along track signposted The Alma. Parking in meadow on L.
More about The Alma
Old wooded track over ford around wildflower meadow with orchids. Interesting original brick outbuildings and productive fruit and vegetable patch. Wonderful views over the valley.