Dewstow Gardens and Grottoes, Caerwent, Monmouthshire
It’s hard to believe that not much more than 15 years ago there was nothing to see here; the beautiful gardens laid out in the late 19th century had disappeared beneath thousands of tons of soil, buried out of sight after the Second World War. Those lost gardens have now been restored to their former glory, with sunken gardens, ponds and rills, paths that twist and turn, rock tunnels and a labyrinth of underground grottoes to explore. It’s enchanting to the point of other-worldly, and well worth a visit because this sort of thing is rare.
When you’ve finished exploring you can go to the Coffee Cabin where they serve drinks, snacks and light meals throughout the day.
Open Apr-Nov from 10.00am, last entry at 3.30pm groups of more than 10 must book No dogs
T: 01291 431020 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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