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Dewstow Gardens & Grottoes

Dewstow Gardens & Grottoes
Imagine discovering a lost garden with tunnels and underground grottoes buried under thousands of tons of soil for over 50 years. Thatís what happened at Dewstow gardens. Built around 1895 the gardens were buried just after ww11 and rediscovered in 2000. The gardens were created around the turn of the century by "James Pulham & Sons" landscapers, Rock Builders and Garden Designers. The gardens had been buried around the 1940s and 50s and after excavation, although some areas were in very poor condition, other parts remained as good as the day the gardens were built. Most of the repairs have now been completed during a massive restoration operation which began in 2000. The gardens contain many ponds and rills but interestingly a labyrinth of underground grottoes, tunnels and sunken ferneries. The rock gardens are made up of a mixture of real stone and faced stone using various types of Pulhamite. The site is approximately 7 acres and we hope to renovate as much as we possibly can and have landscaped and replanted the gardens in the past 6 years.
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Dewstow Golf Club

Dewstow Golf Club
A warm Welsh welcome awaits you at our stunning 36 hole complex set in the beautiful Monmouthshire countryside, in South East Wales.
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Cwm Hedd Lakes Fly Fishing

Cwm Hedd Lakes Fly Fishing
Cwm Hedd is a seven acre, spring fed lake situated on the outskirts of Newport, just two minutes from junction 28 of the M4. Set in its own tranquil valley, the fishery has a well deserved reputation for the quality of both its trout and facilities. Trout are stocked weekly and sourced from Exmoor Fisheries in Somerset, at weights ranging from 21/2lb upwards. There are forty wooden platforms,eight of which are designed for those anglers who are less able or disabled. A gravel based wading area off the southeast bank, and the island reached by a pontoon bridge, are popular \'hotspots\' and add much to that feeling of the great outdoors. Boat hire is available for those anglers who wish to fish the deepest parts of the lake. The fishing lodge, with its woodburning stove, is a great place to take a break - hot and cold food and beverages can be purchased,or alternatively anglers can bring their own. Tackle is available for sale or hire and our friendly team are ready to advise on the best patterns, lines and tactics.
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Caldicot Castle Museum‎

Caldicot Castle Museum‎
Visit Caldicot Castle in its beautiful setting of tranquil gardens and a wooded country park. Founded by the Normans, developed in royal hands as a stronghold in the Middle Ages and restored as a Victorian family home, the castle has a romantic and colourful history. Find out about its past with an audio tour, explore the medieval towers and take in the breath-taking views of the parklands and surrounding area from the battlements. The Children's Activity Station includes puzzles and games, tree and leaf identification, draw your own shields and armour and the chance to make a castle to take home. Find out about footwear in the past and try on a selection of shoes copied from original historical examples. From medieval slippers and a Tudor buckle shoe, to a shoe from the time of the English Civil War and a Victorian lady's ankle boot, this activity lets you step back in time. Caldicot Castle is set in fifty five acres of beautiful Country Park. The river Neddern winds its way through areas of woodland and pasture and the wildlife pond is complete with a pond-dipping station. The park offers an ideal setting for picnics and walks against the magnificent backdrop of the medieval castle walls, with picnic tables and barbecue hearths on site.
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