It's not very often that you will find two horticultural delights so close by to each other and we've also pulled out all the stops to find you a stunning picnic area situated below the remains of a ruined Welsh Castle practically half way between the two gardens.
We'll start with Aberglasney - Wales' answer to the Lost Gardens of Heligan.
Although not quite on such a grand scale as Heligan, Aberglasney has a wealth of history to discover and the quality on the restoration of it's gardens is up there with the best of them.
There is a cloister garden, a woodland garden plus herb, vegetable and fruit gardens to explore and a large water garden with a cafe to sit around and enjoy. You can also venture in to the house and discover a large hidden glass house full of exotic plants.