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A summer outing of our W.I. took us to Kentchurch Court. What a lovely Manor house this is set in the most beautiful countryside. Kentchurch Court has been in the same family since 1056 we were treated to.a wonderful tour of the house together with...More
We only managed to visit the gardens but must come back and do the tour of the house some time! The gardens were delightful and amazing considering there is only a single gardener employed - he is doing a wonderful job of restoring the gardens....More
I booked a private tour of the house for our history society, along with afternoon tea in the dining room afterwards. It was a lovely afternoon, enjoyed by all. The Scudamore family has been living in the area since 1042 & Lady Scudamore’s daughter led...More
Visited these gardens after a wonderful walk up Garway Hill. It was a hot, sunny day and in spite of the drought, the lovely walled gardens had plenty of colour and variety. Lots of different plants to see with paths winding between borders. We had...More
We are fairly local to Kentchurch and it's taken us a while to visit. That said I'm sure we'll be back again. We first visited the lovely Tea Room which operates on a self service, honesty box principle. A choice of three delicious looking cakes...More
Came here because of an interest in the links between the house and Owain Glyndwr. We visited on a very warm day and the gardens were stunning. The location is beautiful and there is a very pleasant walk through the nearby woods which gave some...More
We loved this garden, and highly recommend a visit. The cook from the big house bakes the most delicious cakes which are self serve after you have strolled around the herbaceous beds, vege garden and walled garden.
Visiting Kentchurch Court gardens is a real experience. First of all, there's the magnificent setting. The house and its grounds are hidden deep in the Monnow valley, right on the border with Wales, and you're never allowed to forget it. The glowering Garway Hill towers...More
Living so close to such a beautiful garden that we had not bothered to visit before but will definettley go back the gardens are amazing so many flowers a proper country garden .also to see the deer up under the trees with their amazing antlers...More
We were the only visitors on a weekday. The gardens are interesting but have a neglected feel to them. Maybe this is the look that was intended but I found it a bit depressing. The setting is spectacular and the exterior of the house is...More