Upper Tan House at Stansbatch, Herefordshire

a garden open for the National Garden Scheme

The Garden at Upper Tan House

Our garden is set in the rolling countryside of North Herefordshire, beneath the ancient hill fort of Wapley.

It is a 1.5 acre south facing informal garden around a farm house and beside the Stansbatch brook. Wooded banks of the brook extend east and westwards. Deep herbaceous borders, divided by gravel paths are surrounded by lawn that leads down to the brook. On the south side of the brook and rising away to the fields beyond is a wildflower meadow rich in orchids in June.

The garden has featured in Country Life, Country Living and Gardening News.

We will not be doing an NGS day in 2018 but are pleased to see visitors and groups (16 max) by appointment on most days in the summer.

The garden is not suitable for people with walking difficulties. We have dogs so please don't bring yours.

We hope that you will visit us this summer.

James & Caroline Weymouth

entrance to the garden from the front terrace