Looking after the meadows
The idea behind Medley Meadow is to create a natural conservation area which can be enjoyed by our wildlife as well as our guests. The site is set in 9 acres of natural meadows and woodland glades. Through re-wilding, the meadows have been restored with the help of Habitat Aid and The Woodland Trust.
Over 2200 trees have been planted as well as the creation of a natural wetland habitat. All the trees are indigenous to Monmouthshire and wildlife corridors help our animals move around the meadows.
We strongly believe in doing everything as environmentally friendly as possible. We’re trying our best and are learning all the time. We love our visitors to give us advice and suggestions on how we can improve.