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Bury Court Farmhouse

¾ acre garden surrounds the 1820's stone farmhouse (not open). The courtyard contains a pond, mixed borders, fruit trees and shrubs, with steps up to a terrace which leads to lawn and vegetable plot. The main garden (semi-walled) is on two levels with mixed borders, greenhouse, pond, mini-orchard, many spring flowers, and wildlife areas. Year-round colour.

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Bury Court Farmhouse
Bury Court Farmhouse
Bury Court Farmhouse
Bury Court Farmhouse

About Bury Court Farmhouse

The ancient village of Wigmore is known for its C12 castle, home to the Mortimer family and now a ‘romantic ruin’, and its mediaeval church. (Note: hundreds more bulbs planted Autumn 2019 and Autumn 2021 for extra Spring colour).

Location details

Bury Court Farmhouse,

Directions to Bury Court Farmhouse
On A4110 from Leominster, at Wigmore turn R just after shop & garage. Follow signs to parking & garden.

Bury Court Farmhouse openings

Visit by Arrangement

This garden opens for By Arrangement visits from February to October for groups of up to 30.

Please contact the garden owner to discuss your requirements and arrange a date for a group or bespoke visit.

Refreshments Home-made teas.
Admission Adult: £5.00
Child: Free


  • Mostly accessible for wheelchairs by arrangement.
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Payment is by cash only. Please get in touch with the owners for more details.

Yes, coaches are accepted at Bury Court Farmhouse. Please get in touch with the owners for details.

Yes, dogs are welcome at Bury Court Farmhouse. Please keep the dogs on fixed short leads in the garden and keep in mind that you are responsible for controlling the dog’s behaviour. For any specific rules please ask the owners.

Yes, there are various plants offerred for sale at Bury Court Farmhouse, please enquire with the owners for more details.

Yes, one or more routes at Bury Court Farmhouse are accessible to wheelchair users.

Yes. Bury Court Farmhouse seeks to offer a sustainable refuge for nearby fauna and wildlife. These sanctuaries host diverse habitats supporting indigenous flora and fauna and nurturing local biodiversity.