Westonbury Mill

The Garden will open daily until Thursday 30th September – 11am to 5pm daily.
You do not need to book to visit the garden.


We would like to introduce ourselves as the new owners of Westonbury Mill. For over 20 years, Richard Pim designed, built, developed and maintained the Water Garden and its follies. When we first met Richard, we assured him we wanted to honour his legacy but he was more interested to know how we wanted to take the gardens forward. We explained that we planned to extend the garden, utilising some of the field in front of the tearoom. We will share these plans with you and our visitors in due course, but for now, we want to welcome everyone to Westonbury Mill Water Gardens and offer the following videos and photos as a glimpse of what you will find here. Read a farewell message from Richard & Sally.

Gardener’s World visited us in July 2016


There are several other videos to view in the press and video section and you can also access them here.


In 2006, Richard built a water tower, utilising the old water wheel that people really enjoyed and this led to other follies such as a dome constructed from over 1,500 wine bottles, a spiral walk and perhaps most adventurous was the giant water-powered cuckoo clock that has been featured on TV. We understand this is not working at the moment and we will make it a priority to get it running once again.

We’ve got a really good cafe for coffee, lunches and teas, and have plenty of space inside or outside by the stream.

You will find us in the beautiful Welsh Marches close to the ‘Black-and-White’ village of Pembridge.

Westonbury Mill is an excellent venue for weddings and other celebrations. Take a look at our Events page.

We are reducing the entrance fee from June 25th to £6.50 for adults, £2.50 for children with groups of 15 or more for £5.50. We look forward to welcoming you to Westonbury Mill.

Mark and Deborah Constable