Sunday 2nd June | 11am-4pm | Yeo Meads, High Street, Congresbury, BS40 5JA
Set within 1.25 acres, Yeo Meads includes numerous species of tree, a pond, a summer house and an orchard. The main house lawn is bounded by herbaceous borders and hard landscaping including rockeries, terrace walls and paths.
A number of specimen trees including a 150 year-old Lime, Yew, Beech, Poplar, Walnut, Rowan, Sycamore and a Cedar of Lebanon tree estimated to be over 300 years old.
A Victorian pond is situated at one end and adjacent to an octagonal thatched summer house. The summer house overlooks an alpine rockery, tennis lawn, a vegetable garden and an apple orchard. The orchard has been restocked with with young cherry, pear and plum trees to compliment the original apples.
Disabled access | Refreshments | On-street parking | Public parking available to the rear of ‘The Congresbury Arms’ pub