Alowyn Gardens

Nursery reopens 29 October, Gardens reopen 30 October. Bookings esential, 4 sessions per day.

Alowyn Gardens provides an informative and educational experience for anyone interested not only in gardening, but also the enjoyment of a beautiful garden. It has been designed with shade and comfort in mind.The gardens have been developed into six distinct areas all leading from one magnificent 100-metre long wisteria and rose covered arbor. The total garden space takes up approximately 4 acres.The six areas are:
- the Perennial Border Garden 
- the Dry Garden
- the Edible Garden
- the Forest Garden
- the Parterre Garden
- the Display Gardens

"Alowyn" has a delightful sitting area - the Maple Courtyard. Up to 100 visitors can be catered for in comfort and shade. The kiosk has coffee, tea, cool drinks and cakes available at all times. The Courtyard also features a Giant Chessboard!

There is an exciting large plant nursery to explore with a range of really interesting plants to entice the keen gardener. Perennials, herbs, trees, shrubs, native plants, water plants, roses, groundcovers and succulents to name a few. 

Opening Hours: Every day of the week: 10am - 5pm.

Closed Christmas Day and Boxing Day.

Group Bookings by appointment. Wedding enquiries welcome. 

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