Craig and Aimee of Kinging-It take a week-long tour of The Coastal Way, from Llŷn to Pembrokeshire.
About Llysdinam Gardens
Llysdinam Gardens are a unique combination of Historical and Horticultural interest and can sometimes feel like a real ‘Secret garden’. They open twice a year for the NGS and selected charities and throughout the year by appointment.
A shelter belt of 150 year old beech encircle the back of the gardens known as“Garden Wood”. Paths here are strewn with ash and old pottery from the house 100 years ago. In one area a favourite horse was buried “Lady Betty 1899-1931” and in another a memorial to Minx and Muffet (1921-1931) sits next to mementos of recent family pets.
The Kitchen Garden covers approximately 1 acre and was built according to a classic Victorian plan. It faces south and slopes gently to the yew hedge at one end, maximising the impact of the suns rays and draining cold air away from the crops. Productive beds lie in each of the 4 quadrants bisected by a path flanked with deep herbaceous borders.
Llysdinam Gardens are also open throughout the year by appointment only. Coach parties are welcome and Llysdinam can provide light refreshments by arrangement. The Head Gardener can also be booked for guided tours of the gardens .
Like what you see at Llysdinam Gardens?