The Garden of the Wind

The Garden of the Wind
View location

The gardens are at 600 feet and have to endure strong winds (hence the name) and wet in winter. The garden is designed to complement the views over the Black Mountains with Skirrid in the East, Hatterrall ridge to the South and Black Hill to the West. They have been in development for 20 years. There is sculpture throughout and places to sit and enjoy the views and the tranquillity of the place.

The gardens are set around an old stone built farmhouse and barn. In recent years the farmhouse has been linked by a bridge to an adjoining building which received two RIBA awards for its architecture in 2019.

See our website for current garden developments.

Entry Cost

Entrance fee of £5.


Open to groups by appointment. Open to the public through the NGS scheme on the last weekends of June and August. Open to the public without an appointment on the last weekends of July 2-5 pm.
  • Accessibility

    • Disabled access
  • Parking

    • Free parking
  • Special Features

    • Garden
    • Rural location
  • Welcomes

    • Accepts groups
  • Facilities

    • Picnics welcome
The Garden of the Wind

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Directions & Parking

Map pin Middle Hunt House
Directions: Follow sat nav but be aware that these take you to the adjacent farm. Continue 100 metres. If coming by car easiest route is via A465, west in direction of Longtown from the Pandy Inn and right at Clodock church. Garden is 1 mile on the left.

Caring For The Planet

The building is heated by a biomass boiler. A Photovoltaic system generates electricity and water is provided from our own source. Vegetables and fruit are grown for our own use.
  • Composting
  • Eco-cleaning products
  • Energy from renewable sources

The Garden of the Wind Recommends

Combine your visit with Longtown Castle, a walk on Black Hill, a visit to Kentchurch Court and lunch at the Carpenter's Arms, Walterstone.