Tucked away in the hills of Carmarthenshire the gardens of Aberglasney took seed some five hundred years ago. Much history and lost fortunes later the gardens (it was derelict in 1995), have been painstakingly restored to their original design by the Aberglasney Restoration Trust. With a visitor information display, ninfarium, ancient yew tunnel, several areas of garden including a cloister garden and a walled garden plus lovely walks, time passes all too quickly. The licensed tea room serves excellent light lunches and teas and it is a delight to take this on the terrace overlooking the pool garden - weather permitting! The gift shop at the entrance also sells plants so you can take home a living memento of your visit.
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