The Dingle Garden

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The Dingle Garden is set in the heart of glorious mid-Wales, just two miles from the bustling market town of Welshpool and a 15 minute drive from Powis Castle.

This peaceful, secluded, R.H.S. partner garden winds down a south-facing slope to a lake and small waterfall. Colour themed beds full of many varieties of shrubs and perennials with a backdrop of unusual trees, acers and mature conifers. Autumn is a particularly good time to visit with spectacular colouring and a magnificent view looking back up from the other side of the lake.

The Dingle Nursery runs alongside the garden and stocks a huge range of plants including many of the more unusual shrubs and trees which grow in the garden.

To make a full day out combine a visit to us with one of our nearby gardens of Gregynog, Glansevern or Bryngwyn Hall.

Fact File

Opening Times: 9 – 5 every day. Only closed for one week at Christmas
Admission Rates: Adults: £3.50, Senior Citizens: £3.50, Children: Free, R.H.S. members free.
Group Rates: No reduction for groups (free tea and coffee included in the price)
Facilities: Small shop with free tea and coffee available.
Disabled Access: Very limited. 1 wheelchair available for booking. Car Parking and toilet on site.
Coach Parking: Yes.
Length of Visit: 1 – 3 hours.
Booking Contact: Jill Rock, The Dingle Garden, Frochas, Nr. Welshpool, Powys. SY21 9JD
Tel: 01938 555145 Fax: 01938 555778
Location: 2 miles north of Welshpool, off the A490.

Updated: March 2023