Dyffryn Gardens has just been taken over by the National Trust, which i believe is just what it needs. I visited in january with my mother in law on a lovely crisp day.
we were the first to arrive (It was a sunday morning!) and were welcomed by a whole team of staff.
We took the staffs advice and walked right round the site. unfortunately some of the paths were inaccessible due to fallen or dangerous trees, but considering the wet weather we have had was no surprise.
At this time of year we were not expecting to see beautiful blooms, but this did not put us off. the kitchen gardens were lovely and the cactus display was huge!
Even as an adult I love visiting NT properties as I still have the joy that with all the open access I still feel I am probably somewhere i shouldn't be!
Come the spring this will be an amazingly beautiful place and I cant wait to have a nosey round the house when it is finished!
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