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Stackpole is both a listed designed landscape and an internationally important nature reserve. Footpaths radiate from the site of Stackpole Court, a grand mansion demolished before the National Trust owned this area.

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This is a small woodland next to the Afon Efyrnwy.This tranquil area has been designated a SSSI Choice of 3 walks available from this site. OS grid Ref: SJ 033154

 

Kerry Vale Vineyard Visitor Centre at the eastern tip of the Kerry Vale - an area of outstanding natural beauty and just 3 miles south of the charming town of Montgomery includes Vineyard Experience Tours, shop and cafe.

In or near Montgomery

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Discover the impressive natural landscape surrounding Portmeirion. Explore the Gwyllt, a 70-acre sub-tropical forest with 20 miles of paths, hidden lakes, temples and breathtaking views.

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The Whitestone picnic and play area offers visitors the opportunity to relax in beautiful surroundings with barbecue facilities and a unique children’s play area. OS Grid Reference: SO525030

 

There's a fine spring garden and Australasian arboretum, with an understorey of shrubs and wild flowers, a summer terrace, and massed hydrangeas which give autumn colour.

In or near Llanfairpwllgwyngyll

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Rock Park is one of the earliest public parks in Wales dating from the late 1860s, when the arrival of the railway and the enclosure of common land led to the development of Llandrindod as a flourishing spa town.

In or near Llandrindod Wells

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A Welsh Garden with a Dutch History, Cae Hir is one of Wales' best loved private gardens. A remarkable demonstration of how ordinary can be made extraordinary simply by thinking outside the box, Cae Hir is a true garden with a difference.

In or near Lampeter

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A peaceful oasis on the outskirts of Cardiff, Dyffryn Gardens covers more than 55 acres.

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Dinefwr Park is one of the most illustrious places in Welsh history, a stunning 800 acre estate on the outskirts of the old farming town of Llandeilo

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You'll find a large grassy area with ample picnic and car parking facilities. There is an attractive circular walk to a viewpoint over the Cleddau Estuary. OS Grid Ref: SN 055138

In or near Narberth

 

The delightful formal gardens contain clipped yews, roses and an interesting variety of flowering shrubs, giving beauty and fragrance throughout the season.

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Gregynog Hall is an ancient house with a Victorian face. Once a landed estate, now a Conference Centre and Wedding & Events Venue the house is still at the heart of the local community.

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The Car park & Picnic Site acts as a gateway to a number of waymarked forest walks including, the Source of the Severn and one of the peaks of Pumlumon OS Grid Reference: SN 857869

 

Tan y Coed Picnic site is located amongst beech woods and is the starting point for two woodland and riverside walks. For families, there is an animal puzzle trail and a free leaflet is available on site. OS Grid Reference: SH750 054

 

Abbeycwmhir gardens include a 1.5acre walled garden, a lake and waterfall, lawns, terraces and courtyards and woodland walks.

In or near Llandrindod Wells

 

The extensive grounds of Penrhyn Castle are perfect for exploring and enjoying spectacular views of Snowdonia and the North Wales coast.

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A pleasant picnic site situated under a canopy of red oak trees. The site has ample parking. 4 mile Byrgwm Forest Trail. Open acess for horse riding in this area OS Grid Reference: SN585340