Around the world in 80 acres
Situated above the River Conwy, with spectacular views of the Snowdonia Range, Bodnant Garden is one of the finest in the world and the holder of five National Plant Collections.
The season starts will wonderful displays of daffodils, magnolias and camellias and the rhododendrons and azalaeas are a truly magnificent sight throughout the spring, whilst the world-famous original Laburnum Arch (a 55m long golden tunnel) is spectacular from mid May to early June. These are followed by herbaceous borders, roses and water lilies in the summer and glorious colours in the autumn and the delightful Winter Garden can be enjoyed post-Christmas.
Bodnant Garden has many impressive features including a series of five Italianate-style terraces: Upper Rose Terrace, Croquet Terrace, Lily Terrace, Lower Rose Terrace and the Canal Terrace featuring the Pin Mill. The Dell, formed by the valley of the River Hireathlyn, contains the Pinetum and Wild Garden and features 200-year-old native trees together with the tallest Giant Redwood in the UK.
We have a playground for our younger visitors, holiday activities for families and throughout the year there is a varied programme of events to suit everyone. See www.nationaltrust.org.uk/bodnant-garden for further details.
As well as the Garden you can browse around the adjacent Bodnant Garden Centre and the Arts and Craft Studios (not owned or managed by Bodnant Garden) - you are certain the find that special plant or gift to take home as a lasting memento of your visit .
Enjoy a meal in our Pavilion and Magnolia tearooms, or an al fresco light bite from our refreshment hub in The Dell, which all serve a wide range of home produced, local food.
We welcome dogs all day every day from October to March and on Wednesday evenings 5-8pm from April to September
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