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Aberglasney Gardens

Llangathen SA32 8QH, Wales
+44 1558 668998
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Inspiring Gardens

17th Century Gardens with a special sense of place. Aviary, walled garden and fish pond are all... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Ian P
Fascinating

A most interesting place,with a fascinating history. The gardens are beautiful in June. The... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
mikeV317
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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 heart, Aberglasney offers the opportunity to explore more than 10 acres of ancient gardens as well as the award winning Ninfarium: a special indoor garden filled with exotic plants from around the world. The gardens and the fully restored ground floor of Aberglasney's grade II* listed mansion offer a stunning venue for exhibitions and events. Aberglasney Gardens, the highly regarded tearooms, our shop and plant sales area are OPEN EVERY DAY (except Christmas Day.)The gardens are largely wheelchair friendly, (wheelchairs can be pre-booked.)
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Llangathen SA32 8QH, Wales
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Reviewed 4 days ago

17th Century Gardens with a special sense of place. Aviary, walled garden and fish pond are all arranged in an aesthetic way and can be seen from a raised stone walkway. The house, originally destroyed by fire, is under reconstruction and there are plans for...More

Thank Ian P
Reviewed 1 week ago

A most interesting place,with a fascinating history. The gardens are beautiful in June. The restaurant is good value, with helpful staff. Well worth a visit!

Thank mikeV317
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Lovely place for a afternoon walk around , nice relaxed and chilled place to be. Great cuppa and scones , really hit the spot .

Thank greenwood_stuart
Reviewed 1 week ago

Well worth a couple of hours visit.Arrived on a boiling hot day and yes they should have more seats in shaded areas but well planted and well kept. Good craft exhibition on as well. Cafe looked very popular

Thank DangelaBarry
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Beautiful planting, particularly in the sunken garden and the walled garden. More shaded seating would help on very hot days - we would have stayed longer if there had been more places to sit in the shade. Good menu in the cafe and very friendly...More

Thank louiseholistic
Reviewed 1 week ago

Had a lovely quiet afternoon amble around the well groomed gardens and lunch in their cafe....service was faultless all in all a worth a visit, I was imagining the happy families that had lived in here in the past but it seems that the poor...More

Thank Bryan S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

My husband and I, and friends had lunch after exploring the wonderful gardens. Its so beautiful here, it would be wonderful to visit very few weeks and experience the different seasons. We had a lovely lunch too! My husband loved his goats cheese and roasted...More

Thank Janie M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This is a rather magnificent, seasonal garden. Over the years the property has been well developed and each year offers something new. If to this you add the ever changing seasons then it is an ever changing landscape and well worth visiting. The nearby Welsh...More

Thank Michael H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I have not been to these gardens for some years and the transformation is truly magnificent. There is so much to see and although the whole site is some 10 acres it is easy walking and around every turn is a different view and something...More

Thank Paul L
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A lovely day out, the weather was fairly kind to us, a shower or two. The café was busy, the coffee was lovely, we didn't indulge in the cakes, but they looked deliciously. The gardens were beautiful, the roses were in bloom and the view...More

Thank MargRich18
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Leesalou83
14 September 2016|
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Response from Phil J | Reviewed this property |
Only blind dogs i'm afraid, there are hundreds of beautiful walks around the outside of Aberglasney, the whole area is steeped in history with stunning views.
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Norah S
26 May 2016|
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Dogs with the blind only.
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mairwen900
19 May 2015|
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Response from Phil J | Reviewed this property |
Blue bells will out in may, they are in the woods to the left of the lake and coffee shop.
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