Pentir Open Gardens Scheme 2020 – CANCELLED

Saturday, 13th June 12pm – 5pm


Adult: £5.00,   Child: Free

Gardens open on this day as part of this group

For group openings you pay one admission price and you get entry to all the gardens that are part of this group:

  • Tŷ Uchaf
  • Bryn Meddyg
  • Tan Rallt
  • Bryn Hyfryd

Starting from Pentir square, Tŷ Uchaf: a small densely packed garden with a wide variety of cottage favourites, plus raised beds and willow lattice. It enjoys a romantic-feel, prioritising colour and texture. The secret gate takes visitors to neighbouring Bryn Meddyg, serving refreshments within a large garden comprising mature shrubs, with several island beds, vegetable garden, soft fruit and secluded seating. A 600-yard walk takes you to Bryn Hyfryd, a front garden set to lawn, borders and pond, and via archway to rear garden with stunning views of Snowdonia and owner’s champion Shetland sheep, with kitchen garden and mixed planting. Continue along the lane, a few minutes’ walk, to Tan Rallt, backing onto Moel y Ci, the one acre stunningly diverse garden includes a range of mature trees and shrubs, vegetable and soft fruit, herbaceous borders and areas of lawn. Diversely planted pond with tree ferns, bog plants, and giant Gunnera.

Features and Attractions

Adjacent to the Field car park (LL574YB), there is an attractive large lake (with safety restrictions). Alongside, is the Village Vicarage, with a small Prayer Garden, that you are welcome to visit for quiet contemplation, and with access to a toilet.

For further details see the National Gardens Scheme website: