Dyffryn is not just one garden but a series of gardens consisting of a number of outdoor rooms. Each room is enclosed within clipped yew hedges and has its own distinct character. The gardens rooms are set among broad sweeping lawns, a croquet lawn with an arboretum and wild garden.
The gardens are currently being restored to the picture that Thomas Mawson, landscape architect designed for John Cory in 1906.
Dyffryn Gardens, signposted off A48 travelling from Cardiff west towards Bridgend. 19th century manor house(not open to public) with extensive gardens which are great for kids to explore or solitary walks. 3GBP entrance , free parking, and tea room, and souvenir shop. Limited opening hours between November and March, Apr-Oct 10:00-dusk...Tel: (029) 20 593 328