Garden Visit – The Neuadd, Crickhowell

There’s an opportunity for up to 12 members to visit a lovely formal garden with flowering terraces, walled garden, woodland walk, ponds and streams and spectacular views.

Most of the garden is accessible for wheelchair users but there are some steep paths.

It’s The Neuadd, Llanbedr, Crickhowell, NP8 1SP

Date: Arrival booked for Tuesday 28th May at 10.30

£6.50 per person

Loo available.

No plant sales.

No refreshments, but several cafes in Crickhowell.

Allow 2 hours to see the garden.

For drivers, go to Crickhowell on the A40 and when almost through the town turn right onto Llanbedr Road.  Straight up there to junction with Great Oak Road, bear left, continue up the hill for approx 1 mile, garden on the left.  NGS sign outside.  Ample parking. Allow about 40 minutes travel time.

It may be possible to arrange car shares depending on how many are going.

Contact Judy via the Garden Visit Webpage Garden Visits – Monmouth u3a to reserve your place and enquire about car shares.

Once you have reserved your place with Judy please transfer £6.50 to secure your booking




Tue 28 May 2024


10:30am - 12:30pm

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