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The Old Post Office

Cardiff

Situated in the popular village of Gwaelod-y-Garth on the northern edge of Cardiff. This year The Old Post Office will be opening alongside its neighbouring garden attached to Pear Tree Cottage. Gwaelod Inn only a stone's throw away and serves great food and drink.
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    We are pleased to be able offer visitors our ‘Two in One’ gardens.
    Garden enthusiasts will be able to wander through two adjoining gardens, both showing what is possible despite the steep slopes, welsh slugs and at times, somewhat damp conditions.
    Both gardens offer a host of paths to wander, flower beds to see, ideas and inspiration to copy and places to just sit and enjoy both the gardens and the surrounding views.
    The Old Post Office is in its 6th year of opening providing many mature and established plants, whilst Pear Tree Cottage’s garden is in an earlier stage of development showing an array of plants.
    Both gardens show off the different styles of their owners. Both pack colour, individual flair and diverse plants and character.
    As ever we advise visitors to ditch their stilettos and pack their crampons and sensible footwear to get the most from these gardens.
    Expect to stay a while whilst you soak up the ambience of the ‘Two in One’ experience over a freshly made cup of tea or coffee accompanied by the many homemade scones and cakes served at your chosen seating spot by our band of hard working volunteers.
    Entry and exit via the Post Office only.
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The Old Post Office- Canceled

Refreshments:

On this day, this garden is open by arrangement, which means that you will have to contact the owner to arrange visits for groups.

Pre-booking essential, please go to our events page to book your tickets.

Admission by donation

Admission:
  • Adult:
  • Concessions:
  • Child:

On this day, this garden opens as part of .

Admission also gets you entry to this garden in the area:

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  • Regular opening
  • Open by arrangement only
  • Cancelled opening
Owner Information

Ms Christine Myant
07775695462
christine.myant@gmail.com

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How to find us

The Old Post Office
Main Road
Gwaelod-Y-Garth
Cardiff
Glamorgan
CF15 9HJ

N of Cardiff nr Radyr & Pentyrch.
  • More detailed directions
    Entry and exit to both gardens is via The Old PO which is on the same side as pub, 4 houses pass pub. Parking in school car park further down hill.

More about The Old Post Office

We are pleased to be able offer visitors our ‘Two in One’ gardens.
Garden enthusiasts will be able to wander through two adjoining gardens, both showing what is possible despite the steep slopes, welsh slugs and at times, somewhat damp conditions.
Both gardens offer a host of paths to wander, flower beds to see, ideas and inspiration to copy and places to just sit and enjoy both the gardens and the surrounding views.
The Old Post Office is in its 6th year of opening providing many mature and established plants, whilst Pear Tree Cottage’s garden is in an earlier stage of development showing an array of plants.
Both gardens show off the different styles of their owners. Both pack colour, individual flair and diverse plants and character.
As ever we advise visitors to ditch their stilettos and pack their crampons and sensible footwear to get the most from these gardens.
Expect to stay a while whilst you soak up the ambience of the ‘Two in One’ experience over a freshly made cup of tea or coffee accompanied by the many homemade scones and cakes served at your chosen seating spot by our band of hard working volunteers.
Entry and exit via the Post Office only.
.

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