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12 photos that capture the true beauty of Bodnant Gardens

PUBLISHED: 00:00 08 October 2016

Bridge over the Bodnant Waters by Stephen Bell

Bridge over the Bodnant Waters by Stephen Bell


The extensive gardens at Bodnant are a great location for the budding photographer all year round.

Industrial chemist Henry Davis Pochin carved out the blueprint of the stunning gardens at Bodnant that exist today creating the Dell and planting many of the fine American and Oriental conifers. Since then, the succeeding generations of his family have made their own contributions to the vast gardens there now.

Although the family still own Bodnant Hall, they donated the garden to the National Trust in 1949. Today, Bodnant Garden is a world famous attraction enjoyed by visitors from across the globe.

It is a fantastic garden with the most amazing setting in the Conwy Valley and you have fabulous views of the Snowdonia range.

For the foodies, the Bodnant Welsh Food Centre is close by and has a Welsh food shop, dairy, bakery, butchery, and a tearoom and restaurant serving food made with ingredients from the farm shop.

Why don’t you upload your images of Bodnant Gardens to the reader photo gallery?

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