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Upton Castle Gardens

  • 4.2

  • from 76 Google reviews

About the garden

Upton Castle Gardens are one of Pembrokeshire’s hidden gems and a must for gardening enthusiasts or anyone wanting to experience real peace and tranquillity.

Opening times

Open daily from April until October, 10:00am to 5:00pm (last entry 4:15pm).

Useful details

Dog walking

Yes - Dogs on leads.

Cafe or restaurant

No cafe or restaurant on site



Pembrokeshire, SA72 4SE

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  • 4.2

  • from 76 Google reviews

Andrew Simmons

6 months ago


I didn't have much expectation for our visit here. It was a rainy afternoon end of April. Myself and my family (6&11). We got there and there was nobody to take the entry fee. £15 for our family of four. There was a sign saying that there was an honest box, so with some trepidation I pushed the money into the box. There was also a note to say that one of the garden trails was shut as there was storm damage that had blown down some trees. But still, what else do you do? There was only one other family there and they were on their way back, but certainly seemed to have enjoyed themselves. I really enjoyed the walk around. It was so very different. I felt I was in a very natural and somehow magnificently magically tumble down fading ancient alive wood. There was a gargeb, an old church, a house, even some ruins to complete the setting. We found a really small oak tree next to a fallen titan that was symbolic and just nice to find. There was enough for us as a family, though the closed off wild walk? would have been nice, I didn't feel aggrieved at not walking along it.

Paul Elliott

4 months ago


Had a enjoyable walk around the woods. Pretty rose and chapel gardens. They only down side was the constant attack from the horse flies. Not Upton Castles fault I realise, and there is nothing they can do about it.

Anne James-Burns

5 months ago


Woodland walks and beautiful rose garden. Picnic area beneath huge oak trees, an ancient chapel and walled kitchen garden. Lovely place

priya vadgama

a year ago


The MOST BEAUTIFUL AND AMAZING GARDEN I HAVE EVER BEEN TO. This is a unique garden and they grow their own vegetables and fruits I went in their green house I saw grapes just dripping from the ceiling also outside the green house they had peas growing from the ground, onions, lettuce anything you can imagine would be there. Every garden I've been to just had flowers no grown veg or fruit, I believe this garden is totally worth it #AMAZING! HOWEVER this garden only survives on donations so YOU NEED TO PAY a few pounds like every penny counts for them to survive. I've added a few photos below for you guys to check out. PS if you read my other reviews they are normally below 5 starts this is probably the first garden I have rated 5 starts!!


a year ago


Beautiful garden and peaceful walks , little pretty rose garden and a walled garden with 13th century chapel beautifully kept. This is a gem a little off track but well worth a visit . A lovely man greets you at the car park .

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