PCS Summerleaze Post Code: NP26 3DY

How to find us

  • Exit the M4 motorway at junction 23a.
  • On roundabout - exit signposted “Magor, Langstone, Caldicot and Steelworks B4245”.
  • Continue along this road (Queensway) for approximately 1km to a roundabout.
  • Take the 1st exit to continue for a further 2km at the roundabout take the first exit.
  • In approximately 400 metres (opposite the Wind Turbine) turn Left signposted Redwick.
  • Follow the road for approximately 1.5Km to the T junction and turn left towards Magor.
  • After approximately 500metres. The gates to Summerleaze are on the right-hand side.
  • Drive up to the gates which will open automatically between 9 am and 6 pm.
  • Once through the gates, visitors should bear right and follow signs to “Reception”
     
    Note:  due to the rural location of Summerleaze public transport is not available.

Visitor Information

Our entrance gates will normally open automatically between 9am and 5pm.

Once inside, visitors should bear right at the end of the entrance avenue following the directions to the "Reception" and keeping the duck pond on the left. Turn Left into the car park immediately before the chicken run.

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No words can describe how wonderful and valuable this place is. When we finally had to put our Labrador to sleep after a long illness we couldn’t bear to take him home. Summerleaze allowed us to come at very late notice straight from the vets for a personalised service.

Michael Palmer

When we lost our beautiful boy Bryn just a few weeks ago we decided to have him cremated and his ashes returned to us what a lovely peaceful place Summerleaze is and the staff are truly amazing thoughtful compassionate and caring thank you so much.

Lynne Barry

Summerleaze was used by our vet who told me they had excellent reputation. His lovely scattering tube was in a box decorated with little coloured corn sheaf. He will be going into a beautiful garden pot planted with a special rose. So pleased he was treated with care and dignity.

Graham Oliver