Glorious gardens are Carmarthenshire’s pride and joy, no wonder the county is known as the ‘Garden of Wales’.
National Botanic Garden of Wales is a 13 mile drive from our park – it has the world’s largest single-span domed glasshouse.
Aberglasney Garden is a 16 mile drive from our park – the estate was on the brink of collapse when it was rescued in 1995 and hard work saw the gardens restored to glory
Hywel Dda Centre is a 33 mile drive from our park – The garden is themed around the Laws of Hywel, 10th century King of Deheubarth and, later, most of Wales.
Other Gardens near our park are
Gardens designed in 1906 as a series of outdoor rooms set among lawns, an arboretum and wild garden.
38.4 mi · Cardiff
Plant collection of rhododendrons, azaleas and rare species, plus annual displays and routed walks.
8.4 mi · Swansea
Restored Victorian-era park with gardens & conservatories, a bandshell, a pavilion & rockeries.
47.5 mi · Newport
800-year-old fortress open for seasonal public visits and for hire as a wedding/events venue.
37.3 mi · Barry
National Trust – Colby Woodland Garden
8 acres of woodland, wildflowers and walled gardens in tranquil valley, owned by the National Trust.
24.8 mi · Narberth
Sizable, scenic park with open lawns, a botanical garden & a boating lake, plus a mini-golf course.
8.2 mi · Swansea