Eighty acres of magnificent garden in the beautiful Conwy Valley. Colour and beauty throughout the seasons.Magnolias,camellias, daffodils; dazzling displays from rhododendrons,azaleas and the world famous Laburnum Arch. Wonderful colour throughout the summer followed by splendid autumn fruits and berries.
Bodnant Garden near Colwyn Bay – finding us: 8 miles south of Llandudno and Colwyn Bay off A470. Signposted from the A55 (Junction 19) and A470. This National Trust garden is one of the finest in the world, situated above the River Conwy looking across the valley towards the Snowdon range. The Garden is in two parts: the upper consists of the Terrace Gardens and the lower,known as The Dell, contains the Pinetum and Wild Garden.
• Rhododendrons,camellias and magnolias in the Spring.
• The Laburnum Arch and the Azaleas flower from mid-May to mid-June.
• The summer months give a superb show of herbaceous plants, clematis, water lilies,hydrangeas and roses.
• Beautiful autumnal colours in October.
Refreshment.Morning coffee, light lunches and afternoon teas from our delightful Bodnant Refreshment Pavilion. Bodnant Plant Centre (not managed by the National Trust) offers a wide range of plants and gifts and is open all year.