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Llangathen 

Aberglasney Gardens

A garden "lost in time", in the process of restoration. The house and garden lay abandoned for over 50 years, falling slowly into ruin. One of the interesting features is a yew tunnel planted in the 18th century. A cloister garden parapet allows you to walk along the top of the walls for views over the garden below.
Llangathen, Dyfed, Wales, SA32 8QH

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Cribyn 

Cae Hir Gardens

One of the most popular gardens in Wales, combining a taste of Dutch with a traditional Welsh flavour. Cae Hir boasts separate red, yellow, and blue gardens, bonsai, and a water garden, with wonderful valley views. Best in: summer for the full effect of the colour schemes.
Cribyn, Lampeter, Dyfed, Wales, SA48 7NG

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Amroth 

Colby Woodland Garden

This delightful garden surrounds a 19th century country house. A formal walled garden leads to woodland walks through massed rhododendrons and a variety of unexpected tree species. Best for rhododendrons and azaleas, and at its most colourful in April and May.
Colby Lodge, Amroth, Narbeth, Dyfed, Wales, SA67 8PP

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Llandeilo 

Dinefwr Park

Beautiful parkland, perhaps landscaped by Capability Brown, surrounds 17th century Newtown House. There are formal gardens near the house and woodland walks to historic Dinefwr Castle.
Llandeilo, Dyfed, Wales, SA19 6RT

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Llandeilo 

Gelli Aur Country Park

90-acre country park with 17th century deer park and 18th century parkland with trees; 10 acre Victorian arboretum; home in grounds not open.
Llandeilo, Dyfed, Wales, SA32 8LR

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Pont-rhyd-y-groes 

Hafod Estate (Hafod Uchtryd)

The Hafod Estate features one of the best examples in the world of an historic Picturesque landscape, dating to the late 18th century. Signposted trails lead through almost 500 acres of river valley and wooded hills, with carefully arranged vistas and viewpoints.
Pont-rhyd-y-groes, Dyfed, Wales

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Saundersfoot 

Hean Castle Gardens

This historic castle and grounds features a 19th century Victorian terraced garden, with landscaped parkland, unusual plants and shrubs, a rose garden, and a walled garden.
Saundersfoot, Dyfed, Wales

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Llanarthne 

National Botanic Garden of Wales

One of the great gardens of Britain, based around an historic 18th century water garden. The centrepiece of the garden is the Great Glasshouse, the largest single span glasshouse in the world. Another highlight is the 200-year-old double walled garden, where 17,000 herbaceous plants run along the wall.
Llanarthne, Dyfed, Wales, SA32 8HG

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Rhydlewis 

Pant-yr-Holiad

An attractive woodland garden forms part of a working farm. Pant-yr-Holiad is notable for its unusual trees and shrubs, and especially for its colourful displays of rhododendrons.
Rhydlewis, Llandysul, Dyfed, Wales, SA44 5ST

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Fishguard 

Penlan Uchaf Garden

A garden laid out along a hillside, combining alpines and summer bedding plants. Over 12,000 spring bulbs offer a riot of colour, augmented by annuals and a raised herb garden.
Gwaun Valley, Fishguard, Dyfed, Wales, SA65 9UA

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