The Bodnant Garden, located in Conwy Wales, is considered to be one of the most beautiful gardens in the United Kingdom.
The garden covers eighty acres, and is situated on property that surrounds the Bodnant House. The gardens were first laid out by Henry Davis Pochin, an industrial chemist, in 1874.
There are two parts to the garden - an upper part which consists of terraced gardens, clipped box hedges, and ornamental ponds, and a lower part, also known as the "Dell," which consists of wildflowers and two-hundred year old trees. If you visit, be sure to look for the tallest redwood in the United Kingdom.
The garden is open daily from March 1 to early November. Admission is 8.95 British pounds for adults and 4.48 British pounds for children.