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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
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
What a beautiful place to walk and take in the most excellent collection of plants in a wonderful setting. The food is good too and all freshly made.
An amazing amount of work has gone in to to create something really special.
Came here on a day off in the week, it was lovely. Even though it is later in the season and coming into Autumn the flowers were still colourful. This place is amazing to walk round, some of it is like a secret garden, lots...More
These are truly beautiful gardens with loads of nooks and crannies, very well maintained, you can see they put a lot of work in, the plants in the shop look really healthy too.
Oh, and the tea shop, it was a lovely sunny day so...More
Hadn't visited Aberglasney for some 10 years ago and they have done a lot of excellent work during that period. Despite being late summer the gardens looked lovely. Various garden areas to wander around and certainly worth a good half day to visit. Well located...More
We visited here as part of a coach holiday and would love to return to spend more time.
The gardens are beautiful and the buildings just enhance that beauty.
we had refreshments which were delicious and reasonably priced, and sat and ate them with an...More
We visited the gardens as part of a coach holiday and really enjoyed Aberglasney, particularly the walled gardens. The whole gardens were a haven of peace and the short introductory film was really useful, showing how an amazing transformation is still on going from how...More
There are a variety of styles of gardens here going through the ages. Some are in better shape than others, the best parts like the walled kitchen garden was excellent, others like the aviaries need a bit more TLC. The parts of the house you...More
After a stroll around the lovely gardens we had lunch in the cafe which was disappointing. The menu was limited to sandwiches or toasties and a few specials, which is fine if that is their limit, but it may be worth taking on board that...More