Hurdley Hall; A true Welsh beauty

Hurdley Hall in Churchstoke, Powys is one of those rare beauties where age, nurture and nature combine to create a truly stunning garden. Against the soaring, glorious backdrop of the Roundton Hill Nature Reserve, daffodils and snake head fritillaries jostle in the breeze and in the summer rows of lavender, deep herbaceous borders, a wild flower meadow, topiary and an orchard create an unforgettable impact. In spring, daffodils, buzzing bee hives and new born lambs herald the glories to come. Join owners Simon Cain and Simon Quin for an early virtual visit.

A closer look…

Regional Finalist in The English Garden’s Nation’s Favourite Garden Competition 2019, this two acre garden includes herbaceous and mixed borders leading to 18 acres of Coronation Meadows, woodland and an orchard. While the garden is not open at the moment why not plan a visit in June for meadow flowers and roses; in July for lavender and herbaceous borders; or in August for hot and white borders.  Keep an eye on openings here – this is a Welsh beauty you will not want to miss.


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