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Hurdley Hall

The impressive gardens lie around a Grade II listed hall. The owners have created a stunning series of garden rooms that balance formal and informal design.


Season:
Summer


Location:
Wales, UK


Credits:
GAP Photos/Fiona Lea - Owners & Design: Simon Cain and Simon Quin


Feature No:   4171 

Qty of Images:    51 

 



 
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Synopsis
There are several mown pathways through extensive wild meadow areas and fabulous views over the countryside. The house, which is a traditional Severn valley timber framed house, was built around 1630. The garden has been created over the last 15 years. There is topiary at the front of the house and at the back, long herbaceous themed borders, a large natural pond and seating areas. The owners also keep bees and have a kitchen garden with raised beds. Opposite the house are 5 acres of hay meadows which were started in 2016. They are the ‘Coronation Meadow’ for Montgomery – a scheme started by the Prince of Wales which created one new meadow in every county of Britain. Beyond the meadows is Roundton Hill, a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI).

 

 

 
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