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House and Garden Tours

Hall Bryngwyn Hall and Gardens listed grade II*, covers nine acres, surrounded by sixty acres of oak studded parkland designed by William Emes (1730 - 1803) in the late 18c. The original garden was enlarged in the early twentieth century, taking in a portion of parkland extending the garden down to the lakes.

The house and garden fell into dereliction from the 1930's until the restoration programme started in 1989. Wonderful mature trees and shrubs remain from earlier planting, including rhododendrons brought back from Bhutan, Sikkim and Northern India by Major General Arthur Sandbach, Grandfather of Lady Linlithgow. New yew hedges give the garden structure. Large borders and extensive new planting give an all year appeal with a variety of scents, colours and academic interest. Our new creation, The Poison Garden, unique in Wales, is proving a very popular attraction.

  • Sumptuous buffet lunch served with drinks, followed by tea or coffee
  • Afternoon tea with sandwiches, cakes, biscuits and choice of teas or coffee
  • Extravagant buffet supper with drinks, followed by tea or coffee
  • Canapes and evening drinks

We welcome prior booked groups of up to 50 people for house and garden tours with Lady Linlithgow. Contact us for further information

Testimonials

  • Thank you for the wonderful day we had at Bryngwyn Hall. We were made to feel so welcome in your home, to marvel at all the work you have done, the interesting history of the Hall, a simply superb lunch follolwed by a guided tour of the gardens and incredible weather to boot. The day was adjudged to be the most successful visit we have ever made - Neston Cricket Club - June 2016
  • Thank you for laying on such a delightful evening. Thanks to your excellent cook Christine. Our supper was delicious. Tangent Group - 2016



Please click here to read the current article on Bryngwyn Gardens by Carolle Doyle published 1st November 2013 in the County Times

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