Abbey House Garden

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Abbey House.jpg

Abbey House Garden

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Abbey House was once part of the Benedictine Monastery founded in Malmesbury about 666 AD. The site was cultivated by monks for medicinal herbs and also as the Abbots garden. Since the dissolution by Henry VIII in 1539 it has been privately owned and is now a delight to gardening lovers. There are 2000 roses, 2000 herbs, water features including St Aldhelm's Pool, and much more. Make sure you see the Abbey close by. An unforgettable garden in a lovely setting.

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