Llanover House, Nr Abergavenny

When: 17 September 2017: 11.00 am - 4.00pm


Well-controlled dogs on short leads are allowed in the Gardens and Fair

A 15-acre listed garden and arboretum with lakes, streams and cascades which are created by the Rhyd y Meirch stream which flows into the top of the garden. Unusual trees, shrubs and flowers have been planted for over 200 years and provide superb autumn colour in a beautiful setting.  It is likely that the landscaping trends of Capability Brown influenced the owners in the 19th Century, as seen by plantings of London plane trees and beech which still grow today. The large herbaceous borders in the unusual circular walled garden, which also includes a beautiful dovecote, have been planted for late summer interest.


A Family Affair: Lady Llanover’s Legacy in South Wales by Michelle Slattala, from Gardenista.com, includes some superb photos of the woodland areas in autumn

Time to be Inspired for 2016, by Llanover House owner Elizabeth Murray

Llanover House
Nr Abergavenny
0845 468 1368
Website Admission

£5.00 per adult including the Garden. Children under 16 Free


Homemade Refreshments Available in aid of St Bartholomew’s Church, Llanover.

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