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Bodrhyddan Hall Gardens

  • 4.3

  • from 192 Google reviews

A castle with a clock tower in the middle of a field
A castle with a clock tower in the middle of a field

Bodrhyddan Hall parterre (geograph 5583322) by Gerald England. CC BY-SA 2.0

About the garden

Bodrhyddan Hall is a Grade I listed building and has been the home of Lord Langford and his family for over 500 years. Set in several acres of stunning formal gardens and reclaimed woodland, the house is one of the few remaining family-owned stately homes in Wales.

Opening times

Bodrhyddan Hall is open to the public between 2pm - 5pm; Tuesdays & Thursdays, June - Sept, with the last tour leaving at 4pm.

Useful details

Garden area

6 Acres

Dog walking

Yes - Dogs on leads.

Cafe or restaurant

Food and drink facilities include a cafe/restaurant.

Shops

Yes - There is a plant shop.

Denbighshire, LL18 5SB

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Denbighshire
LL18 5SB
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Google reviews

  • 4.3

  • from 192 Google reviews

Faith Owen

3 months ago

5

My husband and I did a tour round Bodrhyddan Hall today. The house is absolutely beautiful. The tour guides were fantastic and so friendly. They really knew what they were talking about. I took photos of the grounds but as it is still a family home the inside was off limits for photos. Totally agree with that. I got to meet the family dogs who were so adorable. It was a lovely visit. The grounds alone are worth a visit. I highly recommend visiting this wonderful country house. It's local for us so we will return. There is a little tearoom for coffee and cake or tea and biscuits. Everyone is so welcoming.

Deborah Surridge

2 weeks ago

5

Absolutely amazing! We were blown away just driving into the hall but it just got better and better. The gardens were so well thought of,you have to really take notice of head figured pots ect The tour guides were fantastic & the house was fantastic with all the collectibles and family belongings. There is a tea room with lovely set out tables & the staff were all lovely

Isla Smith

5 months ago

5

Re enactment event, amazing. So much lifelike detail made the experience a must for going back. Too much to see in one visit. Beautiful gardens also need a visit next time, as well as taking the whole family. A day in the sun made this unforgettable.

Abi Drew

3 months ago

5

Went to the plant, pot and food festival last weekend was lovely and although busy it was also serene surprisingly. The gardens are stunning as is the house. Could happily get lost in the gardens. The ceramic stalls were a delight, love ceramics and its not often you get to see so many up close! The other stall holders were so pleasant and refreshing! Parking attendants which looked to be from the local army cadets but u sure, were efficient and polite. Good mix of wares to peruse. Overall well organised and a lovely atmosphere, worth a visit even if there isn't an event on.

Andrew Harrison

5 months ago

4

My second visit. Lovely grounds. I went as the hall had a Multi-Era reenactment event. Well organised event aided by the weather. I didn't manage to get to see in the hall though.

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01745 590155

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