History, tourist information, and nearby accommodation
The Dingle boasts carefully themed garden areas, planted by colour. There are wide lawns and lakeside gardens, with mixed beds full of unusual plants. There are large numbers of rare plants, trees, and shrubs, and the sheltered dell makes The Dingle a haven for wildlife.
There are sculptures planted around the garden, winding gravel paths, and quiet places to site and enjoy the scent and sounds.
Bring your binoculars and go bird watching, or simply stroll past beds full of a large variety of unusual and colourful plants. Dogs on leads are allowed, and there is plenty of space for children to run about. There is a small charge for entry, and the garden is open daily throughout the year except for the Christmas holidays. Discounted entry for RHS members.
About Dingle Gardens
Address: Frochas, Welshpool, Powys, Wales, SY21 9JD
Attraction Type: Garden
Location: 3 miles north of Welshpool, off the A458
Website: Dingle Gardens
Photo Credit: Tom Pennington, licensed for reuse under the Creative Commons Licence
NEARBY HISTORIC ATTRACTIONS
Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
Llanerchydol Hall - 0.6 miles (Garden)
Powis Castle - 1.7 miles (Castle)
Guilsfield, St Aelhaiarn's Church - 2.5 miles (Historic Church)
Castle Caereinion Castle - 2.7 miles (Castle)
Andrew Logan Museum of Sculpture - 4.7 miles (Museum)
Glansevern Hall Gardens - 4.9 miles (Garden)
Forden Gaer Roman Fort - 5.8 miles (Roman Site)
Bryngwyn Hall - 6.4 miles (Historic House)
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