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Aberglasney was made famous by the BBC television series "A Garden Lost in Time" which followed its restoration. Today it is quite simply one of Wales' finest gardens. A renowned plantsman's paradise with a unique Elizabethan cloister garden at its...more
All reviews well worth a visit head gardener cakes for sale restoration work home made overlooking the pond ground floor formal gardens tea room art exhibition tropical garden fabulous gardens small garden ham the main house woodland area
November is not really the time of year to visit this beautiful place as there is little or no colour and I suspect it would get 5 stars following a summer visit. However it is still a super spot and is clearly tended by a...More
This is run by a charity.
The entrance fee was reasonable for the 10 acre gardens, although at this time of year being off peak, you are given a voucher to spend in the tea rooms for the value of entrance fee. So for extra...More
Located in Carmarthenshire’s splendiferous Tywi valley, Aberglasney is always a joy to visit.
We spent over four hours(!) just wandering around admiring the enormous variety of plants and flowering bushes etc. and never cease to be amazed at the amount of work that has obviously...More
Beautiful find. Garden easy to walk around and even though it was not a particularly good time of the year to visit, i thoroughly enjoyed it. Staff around the garden were more than happy to chat and fill you in on what they were doing....More
We visited late Sept - a wonderful place. Beautiful gardens, lovely woodland walk too.
I loved the indoor tropical garden so be sure not to miss this - you can access from the main hall or from a side door - truly magical.
Had the best day out here. Although you can’t walk around much of the house, the gardens are lovely. Especially the walled flower garden. A special mention for the beef cawl on offer in the cafe.... the first time I’ve tried it and it is...More
My wife and I visited Aberglasney last week, reasonably priced entry free, parking and a map given of the ground There was an interesting videho showing the history of the house, it's demise and restoration. The gardens were interesting and we had a late snack...More
A good place to visit whether a keen gardener or not. As the garden develops there is more to see. With its design you turn a corner and see something else. We were there in September and many plants were past their best but still...More
Not the biggest gardens we have been to but well worth the trip with some lovely pants to see and some great views across the garden from the top. Great bacon butty in the cafe too and a well stocked shop and plant sale. Friendly...More