Discover the beautiful landscape at Berrington Hall The gardens at Berrington Hall near Leominster in Herefordshire are traditional Capability Brown designs. Think of 456 acres of sweeping parklands and footpaths leading to breathtaking views that show off the environment at its highest vantage point. There are three designated routes to take to make sure you get a great view on the lane. Here are Victorian pleasure gardens, an amble that will carry you past the sparkling yews and along the laurel walks. There is a small little orchard in the lovely walled garden that grows apple trees planted before the First World War, old pear trees, quinces and medlars. Look out for riotous colour schemes looking at bright red poker and lupins.
What can guests enjoy at Berrington Hall?
Don't forget to walk down to the 16-acre lake built by Brown and now a place of significant scientific interest, thanks to the herons that live on the island. Sit down and watch dragonflies, birds and wild birds on the water. Eventually, take Brown's popular "divided view" from the steps of the tower, the lake to the south west, the Croft Ambrey Hill to the north west, and the countryside to the west, all the way to the Brecon Beacons.