Black Mountain Quarries is a family-owned business based in the heart of the Black Mountains. Our four working quarries are located in Herefordshire, Monmouthshire and Cornwall. We produce natural building materials such as walling stone, flagstones, paving, lintels, cobblestones, traditional stone roofing, landscaping materials and much more.
To ensure our customers have the widest possible choice of materials and prices, we import, process and distribute natural stone from all over the world, ethically sourcing high quality natural stone that complements the stone lifted from our own quarries.
Suitable for either commercial or domestic projects, we cater for house building, landscaping for private and public gardens, historic renovations, commercial refurbishments and new property developments.
We strongly believe that natural materials enhance environments; their appearance improving with the passing of time. All the products we supply are 100% natural, having merely been shaped, cropped or sawn to suit purpose.
We supply traditional natural materials to architects, tradesmen, builders and individuals throughout the UK, Europe and the rest of the world. Whether you’re a private/domestic customer, an architect, specifier, builder or developer, we’re happy to deal directly with you. Please feel free to give us a call or email us, or visit our showroom in Herefordshire with any ideas or requirements you may have.
De Lank Quarry, Cornwall
Our Cornish quarry produces a classic silver-grey granite. Sought after by architects for the last 150 years, it has graced varied British landmarks such as Tower Bridge, St. Paul's Cathedral, the Tate Britain and the Millenium Eye.
Callow Quarry, Monmouthshire
Our devonian sandstone quarry on the Herefordshire / Monmouthshire border, a rich brown/red sandstone popular for building, walling, stone flooring and landscaping. Widely used in the UK, we also fulfil requests for it world-wide.
Llandraw Quarry, Herefordshire
A mile from Tybubach, the Llandraw quarry stone is an exact colour match to the building and walling stone of its sister quarry, but is characterised by its natural laminatations. This makes it ideal for stone roofing and flagstones.
Tybubach Quarry, Herefordshire
At the foot of the Black Mountains our Tybubach quarry yields a grey-green sandstone with tones of russet brown. Used locally for centuries, this lovely warm building and walling stone is now much in demand all over the UK.