Aberglasney Gardens - Best Price Tickets
A splendid array of gardens
With over 20 different garden styles for you to explore, Aberglasney keeps you on your toes.
At the heart of Aberglasney is the beautifully restored Elizabethan Cloister Garden. A true treasure of sculpted wilderness, it's the only surviving garden of its kind in the UK.
From there, explore and discover gardens of the exotic, modern, woodlands, formal gardens, gorgeous waterscapes, and cast your eyes on the wonderfully restored grade II listed mansion on the grounds.
There are 10 acres to wander through, so you could spend all day here with the littles ones, your other half, your friends, or perhaps even better, just by yourself, taking it all in.
The birds, the bees, and all the other creatures you may meet
Aberglasney without a doubt delivers on the flora, and with flora comes fauna!
There's an abundance of wildlife to spot as you journey around the gardens, from bees, butterflies, hawks, and you may even spot the allusive otter!
If you're dazzled by the wildness of wildlife, be sure to take your camera - you're in for a treat.
Treat yourself in the tearooms
Trust us, don't miss the tearooms.
The perfect spot to take a break during your visit or rest after a long, refreshing day in the gardens, the Aberglasney tearooms serve up quite the offering. Freshly prepared lunches, afternoon tea, pastries, cakes, ice creams, teas, coffees and for those who are feeling a little cheeky, help yourself to a lovely selection of wines, beers and ciders. We think these would go very well with a seat out on the terrace - it's quite the sun-trap!
Perhaps the best bit about these tearooms? The fruit and vegetables come all the way from... Aberglasney's own Kitchen Garden. You may have already spotted it on your way around the grounds, and wherever possible, they keep their produce as local as it gets. Well done, Aberglasney!
Deals on days out at Aberglasney Gaardens!
How to get here
Aberglasney is located near the village of Llangathen in Carmarthenshire’s beautiful Tywi Valley.
You’ll find them just off the A40, 15 minutes from the county town of Carmarthen and 5 minutes from the picturesque market town of Llandeilo.
26th March 2023 - 29th October 2023
- Toilets by the shop and the mansion
- Free parking and disabled bays
- Ramped entrances to the shop, steps and toilets
- Wheelchair hire available
- Bicycle racks behind wooden rack by entrance
- Suitable outdoor clothing and footwear is a smart choice
- No dogs permitted, with the exception of guide dogs and assistant dogs
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