Gardening with nature in a splendid mountainous setting.
About Nantybedd Garden
Set high in the Black Mountains close to the Grwyne Fawr river, this garden combines tame and wild elements to create an 'absolutely enchanting' setting to listen and learn from nature.
An amazing mixture of vegetables and fruit, mature trees and water, this garden is the perfect demonstration of how to work with the land.
Other features include organic vegetable and fruit gardens, stream, forest and riverwalk, wildflowers, natural swimming pond, treehouse, tree sculpture, shepherd’s hut and other eco-features.
Toilets, Car Park, Plant Shop/Small Nursery, DIY Teas, Treehouse, Seating Areas
Spring: Bluebells, Perennial Borders
Summer: Wildflower Meadow, Perennial Borders
Autumn: Autumn Colour
Year-Round: Kitchen Garden, Woodland Walk, River, Pond
Tickets & Discounts
Day ticket prices: Adults £7, Under 16s Free.
Concessions: Not available.
Season ticket prices: Not available.
Membership discounts: RHS members; Garden Organic members; Gardeners World 2 for 1.
Good to Know
Dog Walking: No - Guide dogs only.
Family Friendly: Yes - Children of all ages.
Wheelchair & Pushchair Access: Completely inaccessible.
Wheelchair Hire: Not applicable.
Bicycle Storage: Yes - you can lock up your bike at Nantybedd Garden.
Public Transport: Far from public transport links.
Postcode for SatNavs: The garden recommends using NP7 7LY then keep going until you reach the small red postbox.
Last Entry: Not applicable - pre-booking only in 2021.
Size of Site: 6.5 Acres.
Profile Information: Last updated by Nantybedd Garden in 2021.