Plan Your Stay on Cardigan Bay

Gardens of Cardigan Bay West Wales

Cae Hir Gardens

West Wales has a superb range of gardens and nurseries for you to visit.

Experienced horticulturists, expert gardeners and those who just delight in visiting beautiful gardens, will all find plenty to see, and enjoy. Many of the gardens specialise in particular plants so there is a great opportunity to find some unusual specimens for your own garden. All the garden owners are great enthusiasts and delight in sharing their knowledge and experiences with you.

Garden and Plant Sale Events

Garden & Craft Festival

Garden & Craft Festival Sunday 28th May 2017 - Monday 29th May Location: Square Field Cae Sgwar Aberaeron

Children's entertainment, food stalls, displays and much much more. Organised by the Ceredigion and District Growers Association this is one of Aberaeron's largest events of the season, and a great place to browse for both plants and gifts/crafts. Cae Hir Gardens will be in the marquee serving their famous scones with jam and clotted cream, and a selection of homemade cakes and treats. Tea and 'proper' coffee are a staple of course!

Plant Fair

Plant Fair Saturday 3rd June 2017 Location: The Welsh Wildlife Centre

Ceredigion Growers Association Plant Fair FREE PARKING ON THE DAY, FREE ENTRY Wildlife Centre, Walks, Hides, Cafe, Toilets all open - no parking fees!

Cardigan County Show 2017

Cardigan County Show 2017 Wednesday 2nd August 2017 Location: Cardigan & Around

Cardigan County ShowCardigan's popular annual agricultural show with livestock judging, music and a great atmosphere. Located just off the A487 south of Cardigan, shortly after the Longdown St. junction to St.Dogmael's.  

If you are visiting The National Botanical Gardens or Aberglassney, The Garden Lost in Time, why not stay on the coast around Cardigan Bay. Enjoy the natural delights of this peaceful, un-crowded area.

Cae Hir is a very special Ornamental Garden not to be missed when you visit Lampeter.
Stay in first class accommodation set in delightful grounds and gardens.

For full information on the gardens listed above including opening times and facilities see The National Garden Scheme website www.ngs.org.uk