Nantclwyd-y-Dre – North Wales Festival of Gardens 2017
An event every day that begins at 12:00am, repeating until June 11, 2017
15th Century Timber Hall House and newly restored walled gardens dating from Medieval times. Features such as the rose pergola, nuttery, and flowery meads demonstrate the gardens’ historic uses – for medicine, cooking and sensory pleasure. The orchard is host to traditional varieties of apple and pear and a Denbigh Plum. Along the paths are fruit bushes, medlar, quince and mulberry, a fantastic display of wild poppies and an undisturbed ‘pet cemetery’. Unique views of the historic town, Castle and surrounding hills can be enjoyed from the gardens’ hidden, elevated position.
House & Garden Rates: Adults £5.00; Seniors/Under 16’s £4.00; Under 5’s free; Family (4, min one child) £14.00 Gardens only: £2.00 per adult, under 16’s £1.00, Under 5’s FREE
Nearest Railway Station: Wrexham 17 miles; Rhyl 18 miles
Dates Open: General Visiting 1st April – 30th September (no pre-booking required, see website for days and times) All year for PRE-BOOKED groups (subject to availability, fees apply)