Dewstow Gardens & Hidden Grottoes, Caerwent

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  • We found these gardens so interesting. The different areas are linked by bridges, stepping stones, paths and archways and everything is immaculately maintained. Well worth the £7 entrance fee especial...  more »
  • Amazing gardens, carefully renovated with a very nice cafe at the end of it with very nice cakes. Well worth a visit.  more »
  • Never been to a place quite like it. A great place to go if you like scenic environments and plants. The rock-work and caves were fun to explore....you can totally forget you're in Wales and not a tro...  more »
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  • You must visit here in the spring or summer it's amazing and a hidden gem. Was featured on TV some years ago. Food available. Some parts underground which are not wheelchair accessible.
  • Found by accident during a trip west, it was a wonderful find, guided by the brown signs and mentioned by name and position in our BIG AA road map. There were discoveries everywhere! Disappearing down slopes or steps you entered grotto after grotto, all very didderent, but with plants abundant (early summer) and greenery everwhere. We went back again a month or so later and found other places within the Garden we didn't remember seeing before. Good for all ages, but wheelchair users will have to miss quite a bit. Food good too!
  • Wyre Forest U3A Gardening group visited this amazing place at the end of July 2016. What a surprise, all the grottoes, unusual plants, statues hidden around every corner. All well maintained, a paradise for children and adults alike. The cafe coped very well with the large coach party, the food was freshly prepared at very reasonable prices by happy smiling staff. What else could you ask for on a day out.
  • Relaxing with plenty for kids to do. Priced well. A good few hours visit is needed. Amazing cakes loved lemon drizzle, victoria sponge and salted caramel. Huge slices too! We had take away latte's to walk around with as well. The gardens are magical. Use your imagination and you can play great games with your kids.
  • What a treasure of a place! a wonderland of waterfalls, secret tunnels, beautiful flowers and grounds and well worth a visit. Wear sensible shoes as there are opportunities to tip toe over stones across the water! The tea room is lovely with exceptionally good cakes!