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Bedwellty House and Gardens
Telephone: 01495 722 325
Bedwellty House is a listed Regency villa in the town of Tredegar in South Wales. The present Bedwellty House was built in 1818 as a home for Samuel Homfray, the Master of Tredegar Iron Works. It is surrounded by a 26 acre historic garden that was established at about the same time.
The garden features include an grotto arch giving access to a rock garden with water fountain. Visitors today can also see the Edwardian bandstand, gazebo, duck ponds, and a world famous lump of coal; a single 15 ton block hewn by South Wales coal miners for the Great Exhibition in 1851. The grotto features examples of water eroded limestone.
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GREAT BRITISH GROTTO GRADING
Open set times only
Access all Year, Access by Road, Access on Foot, Free Entry, Grotto with extensive rock gardens, Restaurant/Food, Toilets
Park or Garden, Rural
THE FEATURES PRESENT
+Cared for and maintained in good condition, +External rock structures, either real or simulated, +Sacred spring or integral water feature, GRADED THREE