Bodrhyddan Garden, near Rhuddlan
Bodrhyddan has been the home of the Conwy family since the early 15th century.
The historic Bodrhyddan Garden includes a formal Victorian parterre designed by W A Nesfield. There is also the well known St Mary's Well possibly a pagan spring.
Other features are yew paths, ponds, summerhouse and woodlands walk.
The parterre and the avenue, the Pleasance and the Dingle cover about 8 acres. The parterre is replanted every summer, currently with geraniums and ageratum and is at its best in late July. Eastwards from the parterre lies the Old Park and at the top of it, the old brick and walled kitchen garden and the Ice House.
2018 Bodrhyddan Gardens open June - September. Tues and Thurs 2 - 5pm House also open. Refreshments, disabled access. Also open other times by appointment for parties over 30.
- Street: Bodrhyddan
- Postcode: LL18 5SB
- City: Rhuddlan
- County: Denbighshire
- Country: United Kingdom
- Telephone: 01745 590155
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