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Dyffryn Fernant Garden

  • 4.6

  • from 105 Google reviews

A close up of a flower garden
A close up of a flower garden

About the garden

Those who like to stray off the beaten track will delight in the meandering pathways of this RHS Partner Garden, a jewel in the undulating crown of the Welsh valleys.

Since 1996, Christina Shand has been sensitively embellishing this ancient landscape with an array of varied planting, including a fernery, orchard and statement courtyard full of potted tropical plants. In one corner a dazzling stainless steel Obelisk rises out of a bog garden. Elsewhere woodland unfolds onto an ornamental grass field bristling in the breeze. There’s much to take in yet all the elements hang harmoniously together. And nowhere is this more apparent than from the Magic Garden, where visitors can see how the six-acre site blends seamlessly into the Pembrokeshire countryside.

Feeling inspired? Pick up some plants for your pad in the shop or brush up on your botanical knowledge in the Dyffryn Fernant Garden Library.

Opening times

April - 28th October : open daily from 12:00 - 18:00 . (

Useful details

Garden area

6 Acres

Dog walking

Yes - Dogs on leads.

Cafe or restaurant

No cafe or restaurant on site

Shops

None

Pembrokeshire, SA65 9SP

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Dyffryn Fernant Garden
Pembrokeshire
SA65 9SP
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Google reviews

  • 4.6

  • from 105 Google reviews

Christopher Coleman

a week ago

2

Having read the reviews I'm not sure my wife and I visited the same garden. Tall grasses abound, which is fine if the planting scheme offsets this with colourful flowers/shrubs but unfortunately this is not the case, with the exception of a small more formalised garden are near the house. Not for me I'm afraid.

Ann Morgan

a week ago

5

If you like a garden of Eden you will love this place. There are cascades of blooms wherever you look. A vegetable garden a library with high back chairs like something from the nineteenth century .

Ian Reading

a week ago

5

Doesn’t conform to formal gardens. So therefore RELAXING and QUITE. Makes a pleasant change.

Marie Sexton

3 weeks ago

5

Beautiful hidden gem. So peaceful we loved it. Enjoyed are walk around exploring all the hidden pathways.

Richard Sussex

a month ago

3

A nice garden, but doesn't take long to go around, need to allocate other places to visit to make a day out

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01348 811282

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