Getting around at The Weir

Daffodils on the banks of the Wye

At The Weir Garden we aim to provide a safe environment for our visitors to experience our beautiful garden.

Because of the historic and steep nature of the garden, steps and pathways in the woodland garden can be very uneven and slippery when wet. Due to this we advise visitors to wear suitable footwear and to be careful while wandering the paths.

In addition some of the paths are close to the river and quite narrow; so the garden is not suitable for dogs even on leads for safety reasons. If you have your dog with you, you can exercise them in the car park.

However, the walled garden can be visited by a fairly flat path which provides ease of access for wheelchairs and pushchairs.

We have a tea tent in the woodland garden which you can visit via the tarmac drive or by walking through the garden itself. Please ask a member of staff to show you the easiest route for you when you get here.

The walled garden path
walled garden path at The Weir
The walled garden path