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

Dyffryn Gardens
Gardens designed in 1906 as a series of outdoor rooms set among lawns, an arboretum and wild garden.
38.4 mi · Cardiff
Clyne Gardens
Plant collection of rhododendrons, azaleas and rare species, plus annual displays and routed walks.
8.4 mi · Swansea
Belle Vue Park
Restored Victorian-era park with gardens & conservatories, a bandshell, a pavilion & rockeries.
47.5 mi · Newport
Fonmon Castle
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
Parc Singleton Park
Sizable, scenic park with open lawns, a botanical garden & a boating lake, plus a mini-golf course.
8.2 mi · Swansea