Bryan’s Ground, Presteigne

A photo of the front of the house, surrounded by lilies

Owners: David Wheeler and Simon Dorrell

Three acres of intimate garden rooms that have been growing since 1913. Furnished with follies and fragrant flowers, towers and topiary, pools and a potager, and paths to five acres of specimen trees on the banks of a river, on the border with Wales.

Open in 2014

Open: Sunday and Monday afternoons, 2–5p.m.
April 20th – July 28th

Adults: £6.00
Children: £2.00
No concessions.

Teas and plants available.

Groups welcome by appointment. A very popular way to have exclusive access to the garden. Wander at leisure, sit, photograph, paint or peruse and take tea on the terrace.

Bookings now being taken for the 2015 season.

All catering requests considered.

“…this idyllic, quintessentially English garden is filled with horticultural delights, wit and style.”

BBC Gardens Illustrated, January 2010 (Full article)

“Bryan’s Ground: a triumph of art and craft”

Victoria Summerley, May 2011 (Full article)

“Return to Bryan’s Ground”

The Dahlia Papers, June 2014 (Full article)

Bryan’s Ground is also the home of the
best-selling gardening quarterly HORTUS