A garden for all seasons from February with early drifts of snowdrops and daffodils, later Azaleas, Rhododendrons, Magnolias and Camellias. Mown paths guide you around the garden to the yew enclosed Rose Garden, colour themed Herbaceous Borders to the fascinating collection of Acers, Betula, Prunus and a variety of unusual trees and shrubs giving a stunning display of autumn colour.
Many interesting mature trees and shrubs remain from the 19c including rhododendrons brought back from Bhutan, Sikkim and Northern India. Left to dereliction for 60 years an exciting and extensive restoration programme was started in the late 20c.
Walk across the lawns that slope towards the ha-ha and to the large lakes beyond. The nine acre gardens of Bryngwyn wrap around the house and melt seamlessly into the surrounding oak studded parkland designed by William Emes in the late 18c.
Our Poison Garden, unique in Wales, is sensational and contains over 100 different poisonous plants. Our head gardener will guide you through this garden, telling fascinating stories and historic incidents relating to many of the plants here.
Opening Times: We welcome pre booked groups to visit this magnificent grade II* 18c house and garden
Group Rates: Minimum Group Size: 16 - Price on application.
Facilities: To be pre-booked, Buffet lunch or Supper, Afternoon Tea or Drinks and Canapés in Bryngwyn Hall Dining Room
Special Events: Saturday 22nd and Sunday 23rd July 2017 Summer Fayre to include rare and unusual plants and trees, quality ceramics and the best of local food and drink. Dogs welcome on leads.
Garden Workshops: To be announced on our website.
Guided Tours: All visits include a guided tour of the Garden and House.
Disabled Access: No.
Coach/Car Parking: Yes.
Length of Visit: Half Day
Booking Contact: Lady Linlithgow, Bryngwyn Hall, Bwlch-y-Cibau, Llanfyllin, Powys, SY22 5LJ
Tel No: 01691 648 373,
Mobile: 07967 821191
Location: The Gardens are located 2½ miles south of Llanfyllin, 8 miles north of Welshpool on the A490 and within easy reach of Glansevern, Dingle and Powis Castle