Regions of Wales
  • → [ Cadw ]

  • [For historic parks, gardens and landscape locations contact the historic environment service of the Welsh Assembly Government]

  • → [ Gadlys Country House Hotel ]

  • [A family run Hotel, Victorian in style and built around 1897, it has operated as such for over 100 years. The Hotel stands within its own five acres of lawns and landscaped gardens on a prominent hillside position overlooking Cemaes Bay, only a short 10 minute walk down a country lane]

  • → [ Llancaiach Fawr Manor & Visitor Centre ]

  • [Surrounded by small formal walled gardens with typical 17th century features: topiary, knot garden, pleached walk etc]

  • → [ Plas Alltyferin ]

  • [A country house on its own 270 acre estate on the banks of the River Cothi, located centrally in West Wales. It has superb views of the Towy Valley nestling within the unspoilt countryside. There is much to Film as the area provides many potential locations]

  • → [ Bettws House (Hobbyhorse Bed and Breakfast) ]

  • [An imposing nineteenth century stone built ex-vicarage. Set well back from the quiet village road in its own plot of nearly four acres and the gardens include a croquet lawn]

  • → [ Bodrhyddan Hall ]

  • [The gardens are a feature of national significance in Wales. Laid out by William Andrews Nessfield and occupy in total 8.5 acres (3.5 ha). They vary in character between the formal Parterre, topiary and lawns of the upper gardens to the more relaxed Pleasance with its ponds and Summer House to the semi-wild Dingle and the woodland walks beyond]
  • → [ Emral Gardens Caravan Park ]

  • [20 Luxury pitches located next to a restored lilly pond in the old gardens and is surrounded by our stud farm of 200 acres. The estate comprises woodland with a brook running through, open land with fishing pond, fields and paddocks]

  • → [ Bodnant Estate ]

  • [There are many miles of private woodland paths - The famous Bodnant Garden is at the heart of the Estate along with our Plant NurserY]

  • → [ Crogen Estate ]

  • [A truly beautiful, peaceful estate in an area of outstanding natural beauty in North Wales, encompassing mountains, forests and the River Dee. It is a truly unique location, and yet only 3½ hours from Central London and 2 hours from Birmingham, Manchester and Liverpool]
  • → [ Pentre Mawr Country House ]

  • [Situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty and has the style of a 5 star luxury hotel with swimming pool, hot tubs and an AA food award]
    Pentre Mawr Country House
  • → [ Ruthin Castle ]

  • [A mediaeval castle with ancient stone battlements, underground dungeon, whipping pit and drowning pit]

  • → [ Penrice Castle ]

  • [The estate has historic park and gardens which lie in the heart of the Gower Peninsula. Gower was the first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in Britain]

  • → [ Plas Gwynfryn Country House ]

  • [The eight acres of beautifully landscaped alpine gardens that surround the house were designed using the contour of the land. The natural rock formations have been utilised and amplified to create rockery gardens and a lily pond]
  • → [ Sychnant Pass House ]

  • [Set in the foothills of the Snowdonia National Park in North Wales, this Edwardian house stands in three acres of lawns, trees and wild garden with ponds and a little stream running through it]
    Sychnant Pass House

  • → [ Caer Llan ]

  • [Set within 25 acres of terraced and landscaped gardens, fields and woods including 8 acres of woodland designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest ideal for Nature Programmes]
  • → [ Caldicot Castle Country Park ]

  • [A magnificent medieval castle is set in 55 acres of beautiful parkland. Founded by the Normans, it was developed in Royal hands as a stronghold in the Middle Ages and restored as a Victorian family home]

    Neath Port Talbot
  • → [ Margam Country Park ]

  • [A country park estate, a deer park and formal Gardens]
  • → [ Twyn yr Hydd House ]

  • [The house forms part of a self-contained estate within a larger estate with gardens and outbuildings surrounded by walls, a ha-ha and entrance gates]

  • → [ Celtic Manor Resort ]

  • Set in 2,000 acres of rolling parkland in the beautiful Usk Valley, South Wales, just 20 minutes from Cardiff and two hours from London

  • → [ Bluestone National Park Resort ]

  • [Set within 500 acres of privately owned spectacular countryside, including a lake, private woodlands with walks, a unique Steep Ravine with high ropes, as well as a tournament field for medieval sporting activities, and Camp Smokey, providing a secluded, wooded lodge cabin location]
  • → [ Boulston Manor ]

  • [A beautiful tree lined driveway sweeps its’ way to this Georgian Manor House set on an 400 acre estate. There are three beautifully appointed guest rooms, two doubles and a twin/triple room and The West Wing is a well presented ground floor annexe of the main house]
  • → [ Cresselly House ]

  • [The grounds are magnificent and provide excellent camera positions for filming the surrounding countryside]
  • → [ Ivy Court ]

  • [Three acres of pleasantly landscaped grounds, which were awarded the Wales in Bloom Landscaping Trophy in 1996]
    Ivy Court

  • → [ Broneirion Conference and Residential Centre ]

  • [The Grade 2 listed House is surrounded by four and a half acres of landscaped grounds, which look particularly lovely in spring when the naturalised daffodils, rhododendrons and azaleas are in full bloom. The famous Wellingtonia trees have now reached an enormous height towering above the house]
  • → [ Craig-y-Nos Castle Hotel ]

  • [Over 40 acres of countryside to enjoy in this beautiful part of the upper Tawe Valley. This is an area specially designated for its natural beauty]
    Craig-y-Nos Castle Hotel
  • → [ The Forest ]

  • [A grand Victorian country house in 4 acres dating back to before 1709 that nestles in a narrow valley bordered by a woods and a little river. The gardens were laid out over many decades by gardeners with a real passion for planting. There are ancient yew trees, colourful azaleas and rhododendrons, rare acers and a wonderful magnolia]
  • → [ Gregynog Hall ]

  • [Surrounded by 750 acres of grounds containing many different landscapes including Grade 1 listed formal gardens. The Gardener’s Chronicle of 1912 described these as ‘highly artistic and in complete harmony with the natural surroundings’]
  • → [ Mellington Hall Hotel ]

  • [A 17th Century revivalist style, Gothic Victorian Mansion set in 280 acres of Mature Gardens & tranquil parkland]
    Mellington Hall Hotel
  • → [ Tretower Court ]

  • [Restored courtyard house with origins in the fourteenth century and has a recreated fifteenth-century garden]

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