Gardens

We're lucky to be based in a picturesque region that's rich in a variety of gorgeous green spaces. From man-made masterpieces like The National Botanic Garden of Wales to the restored splendour of Aberglasney, if you want to see some of the best gardens in the world, then you've come to the right place.

South West Wales is renowned for its variety of gardens, and we're proud to be based at the heart of it all. The only issue you'll have is picking which ones to visit! If you want to try and fit in as much sightseeing as you can, simply pop into our reception area for a chat or ask one of our friendly park wardens. We'll be more than happy to share the best routes and tours. Plus, with our expert knowledge of the area, you might discover something even more spectacular that's off the beaten track! 

We could write pages about the best gardens to visit, but here are just a few of our favourties.

 

 

1. National Botanic Gardens of Wales

Llanarthne, Carmarthenshire, SA32 8HN

Set in the beautiful Carmarthenshire countryside, the Garden is a fascinating blend of the modern and historic. Here you'll find the world's largest single span glasshouse. 

For more information visit their website

2. Aberglasney Gardens 

Llangathen, Carmarthenshire, SA32 8QH

Aberglasney offers the opportunity to explore more than 10 acres of magnificent gardens which along with the fully restored ground floor of Aberglasney’s grade II* listed mansion.

For more information visit their website

3. Colby Woodland Garden 

near Amroth, Pembrokeshire, SA67 8PP 

Colby’s hidden wooded valley is full of surprises. With an industrial past and a secret garden, it’s the perfect place for heritage hunting and natural play.

For more information visit their website

4. Margam Park

Margam, Neath Port Talbot, SA13 2TJ

The gardens and landscape at Margam Park are Grade Ι listed; the long vistas have evolved since medieval times and are adored with beautiful trees, shrubs and flowers. 

For more information visit the CADW website

5. Norwood Gardens  

Llanllwni, Pencader, SA39 9DU

The gardens at Norwood extend to about 3 acres. They consist of a central path, the 'Long Walk', with individual gardens on either side. Each garden has its own character in terms of planting and landscaping.

 

For more information visit their website

6. Stackpole Gardens  

Stackpole, Pembroke, SA62 4JT

A stroll around the historic Walled Gardens offers a glimpse into a bygone age. For the past 250 years the garden has produced food for the table. 

For more information visit their website

 

 

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