Dyffryn Fernant Garden
“Go and see it!” Monty Don
Dyffryn Fernant Garden is a wonderful surprise. Six acres of garden tucked into a valley in the lee of the Preseli uplands just before they plunge into the sea at Dinas Island in North Pembrokeshire.
A modern garden, made since 1996, it ranges from richly planted high colour and exotic planting in formal areas, journeys through a bog garden to wild marsh, pond and stream. Then meanders through large blocks of ornamental grasses making sound and movement in the wind.
The wide variety of environments and the abundance of sitting places invite you to take your time and to investigate this place from different angles and perspectives, to bring your own beliefs, thoughts and feelings to your experience of the garden.
Y Bwthyn Bach, the romantic little cottage situated in the garden is ideal as a retreat for 2 but will sleep up to 4. Please visit our website for further details and to book.
Adults £6 children free
regret no dogs (except guide dogs)
- Catering for pre-booked groups
- Mini bus transfer for Coach Parties
- A Library, where you can rest and browse our collection.
- A small tea and coffee facility
- Picnics are allowed in ‘The Beyond’
- Ample seating throughout the garden
- Regret no dogs
We sell a range of plants, which we cultivate here in the garden. Please see our website under Garden >Plants for sale for our latest plant list.
These are available at £15 each, less than the cost of 3 visits, and entitle the holder to visit the garden at leisure throughout the season. Please see our website for further details.
Our end of season plant sale takes place from the 20th October, offering some very good plants specific to the garden available.
Dyffryn Fernant Gardens
“I really like the way that Christina hasn’t just managed to make a garden in a tricky spot but has made a beautiful and inspiring garden.”Monty Don
“I am truly inspired by this place, to see what intelligent and interesting things you can do with plants, how plants can transform a space, is really exciting. Also the way they have planned the routes and the vistas and created a narrative around this space – wonderful”Taken from ‘The Landscape Man’ with Matthew Wilson
“A heart-lifting surprise, a caché of gorgeous, sophisticated gardening at the end of a rough country lane”Stephen Anderton