The Original Garden Visitor's Guide

Stockton Bury Gardens

Visit the 4-acre gardens at Stockton Bury and you’ll be greeted by impressive collections of plants, many rare and unusual that thrive on the heavy clay soil. The garden, set amongst medieval farm buildings, offers a working kitchen garden, pigeon house, tithe barn (which is now a restaurant) grotto, cider press, pools, mock ruined chapel and a rill.

Stockton Bury is a home and mixed farm and has been developed over the last 30 years into one of the UK’s best-loved gardens. This unique and well-crafted plantsman's garden not only boasts plenty of all year-round interest and striking plant combinations but has views over the unspoilt surrounding countryside.

Fact File

Opening Times: The garden is open from Wednesday to Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday’s from Saturday 1st April until Sunday 1st October from 12noon-5pm. The Tithe barn café is open from
11am Wednesday to Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday’s from April until the end of September. Closes at 4.30pm.
Groups welcome outside these times by appointment.
Admission Rates: Adults/senior citizens £7, children under 5 free, children over 5 £3,
(season ticket available for adults)
Group Rates: Please contact for a group rate
Facilities: Restaurant, plants sales, parking
Disabled Access: A fit, able-bodied companion is advisable for wheelchair users. 50% of the garden is accessible and on the level. Sorry - no hand rails.
Toilets on Site: Yes
Car/Coach Parking: Yes, 2 coaches and 50 cars
Guided Tours: We don't offer tours but welcome questions and are happy to offer gardening advice.
Special Events: We have a garden school and run musical and horticultural events - see website for details
Length of Visit: 2-3 hours
Booking Contact: Tamsin Westhorpe or Raymond Treasure, Stockton Bury Gardens, Kimbolton, Nr Leominster, Herefordshire HR6 0HA
Tel No: 07880 712649
Email: twstocktonbury@outlook.com
Website: www.stocktonbury.co.uk
Location: Between Leominster and Ludlow just off the A49.

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