Burford, Tenbury Wells, Worcestershire, WR15 8HQ
Welcome to Burford House Garden Centre, proud to be a part of the British Garden Centres family. Charles, Robert, Phillippa and the team look forward to seeing you soon.
Once a Georgian house set in seven acres of ornamental gardens, Burford House & Gardens is now home to Burford House Garden Centre, Coffee Haven Restaurant and Burford House shopping emporium. We offer the perfect day out for all the family with attractions such as a children’s play ground, ornamental duck pond. A must see when you visit is the magnificent Wisteria covering the whole of the rear of the house.
A little bit of history about Burford House...
Burford is proud to have beautiful gardens which are free to enter. These gardens were originally the home of the National Clematis Collection until a period of neglect led to its decline. The gardens have now being lovingly restored by a group of volunteers, the ‘Burford House Garden Angels’. The 4 acre garden was laid out in their current form by the late John Treasure in the 1950’s and are home to over 290 varieties of Clematis.
At one point in the garden, where The Ledwych Brook meets the River Teme, is the spot where the three counties of Worcestershire, Herefordshire and Shropshire meet and if you search hard enough you can find the stone remains of an earlier Norman Castle.
Burford Church, originally part of the estate, can be found next door to Burford House. The Church is particularly worth a visit and it also houses a fascinating triptych (three boarded painting) beside the altar.
Burford House & Gardens in Tenbury Wells is a picture-perfect setting, set in over seven acres of stunning grounds and gardens. There are so many delightful reasons to explore in the 4 acre grounds including the lovingly tended gardens, passing river and tumbling wisteria in spring time. The idyllic St. Mary’s Burford Church sits next to Burford House and has been on the current site prior to the writing of the Doomsday Book. The Church as it stands today was completely restored in 1889.
There are many elements that come together to make the Burford House and Gardens a truly magical place.
We will be RE-OPENING our outside dining areas on the 12th April.
We look forward to welcoming you back. We do tasty, we do safely.