The gardens at Mawley were laid out in the 1960s and have since attained listed status. They  incorporate large expanses of lawn, parterres, vistas, urns monuments and a Herb Garden, as well as mature oaks, beaches and cedars. Also to be found is an extensive collection of ornamental trees the first letter of whose names account for every letter of the alphabet.

With  views of both the Malvern and Clee Hills, as well as Brecon National Park on a clear day, the gardens could not be situated in a more favourable setting. Set in 18th century landscaped parkland with walks down to the River Rea and with commanding views of both the Malvern and Clee Hills, the gardens at Mawley are situated against an idyllic background.

THE GARDENS AND GROUNDS