The village of Bredwardine sits close to the River Wye near to Hay on Wye on the Welsh border
Described as charmingly situated on the right bank of the River Wye, with a glorious view of the countryside including a stretch of the river spanned by the Bredwardine Bridge.
In moonlight, this scene was said to be enchanting.
The grounds abounded with wonderful trees, including Pinus Cephalonica; Adiantifolia; Salisburia; Magnolia and a weeping oak.
In 1821 the Rev. N.D.H. Newton came to Bredwardine as curate; he was a wealthy man who loved trees and… Continue reading
St Andrew’s church at Bredwardine is an early Norman church with many interesting features and sits in a glorious position near to the River Wye. Continue reading