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Yeo Valley Organic Garden

  • 4.8

  • from 183 Google reviews

A close up of a flower garden in front of a pond
A close up of a flower garden in front of a pond

About the garden

Six and half acres of contemporary organic garden. The design of the garden is done in-house and is constantly evolving. The energy and enthusiasm of everyone involved gives the garden its unique personality.

It was in the beautiful Yeo Valley that Roger and Mary founded the Yeo Valley dairy business in the early 1970s. The yogurt is still made here and Holt Farm completed its conversion to wholly organic in 2009.

Opening times

27th April - 30th September Wednesdays, Fridays and most Saturdays

Useful details

Garden area

6.5 Acres

Dog walking

No - Guide dogs only.

Cafe or restaurant

Food and drink facilities include a cafe/restaurant.

Wheelchair access

Mostly accessible (many paths flat and paved).

Shops

Yes - There is a gift shop and plant shop.

Somerset, BS40 7SQ

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Somerset
BS40 7SQ
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Google reviews

  • 4.8

  • from 183 Google reviews

Christopher Watkins

a year ago

5

Lovely place to visit. The garden has many garden rooms to explore. Find the secret garden of birches. Just beyond the house is an avenue of trees that gives lovely views of the lake. Great cafe for coffee, tea and cake. I lovely the black pool of the man statute. Make sure you follow the map and don't miss anything. You get a two hour time slot for your visit but you aren't under time pressure to leave. My favourite new garden.

Pete Slee

3 months ago

5

Such amazingly beautiful gardens, so relaxing to walk around! Finish off at the Cake Hole Cafe - delicious.

Georgina Edge

a year ago

5

First visit here and it's a really lovely place. Ponds, wild flowers, meadows and such a huge variety of plants and flowers. Went with 3 boys and they loved the rope swing and metal lookout tower and I loved the silver birch forest and veg plot. Amongst the grasses were loads of damsonfly and lots of bees. We sampled the delicious cakes and sausage rolls in the cafe and then had a last look around before visiting the shop. A great few hours and will definitely be returning 🏡️🌻🌾πŸͺ΄πŸ…πŸŒ½πŸ«‘

Trisha Jordan

a year ago

4

Beautiful environment with a mix of wild and more formal areas of garden. A little late for the truly wild spring flowers but the sown beds of wild flowers were amazing. I also enjoyed the colour contrast in the gravel garden. I would have welcomed more choice for our lunch. Will visit again. Robin on the bench in photo.

Jackie Franklin

4 months ago

5

Small, beautiful gardens in an idyllic setting. Magic moment when all the cows filed silently past on their way to milking.

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01761461425

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