Welcome to Cae Hir
A Welsh Garden with a Dutch History
FAMILY I NATURE I DESIGN
One of the best gardens to visit in Ceredigion...
...climbing up the foothills of the ancient and glorious Cambrian Mountains and only 8 miles from Cardigan Bay's stunning coastline
OUR 3 MOST FREQUNETLY ASKED QUESTIONS...
Are dogs allowed?
YES! Dogs with well behaved owners are welcome in the garden! There is no entry charge for dogs. Fresh water is always available and we have a dog waste bin for your use.
What time do you open?
We open at 10am and close at 5pm daily through the season which runs from April 1st to October 31st.
Can we visit just the tearoom or nursery?
YES! There is no obligation at all to visit the garden. Many people enjoy popping in just for a coffee and treat in beautiful surroundings or to enjoy a good browse around our plants for sale. We are also often used as somewhere to break a journey; to get some air, a bite to eat and use the loo!
Plan your visit to our peaceful garden, set in beautiful Welsh countryside in the foothills of the Cambrian Mountains.
Enjoy home made cakes and cream teas, hearty soups and fresh coffee, whether visiting the garden or just for a treat.
We strive to work with nature, doing what we can to safeguard the natural Welsh beauty that surrounds us.
How 250 years of family history in the Dutch tree nursery trade has resulted in this garden in the Welsh hills!
See how, from a dilapidated small holding in 1983 through to today, Cae Hir has evolved from farmland to garden.
Our events calendar for the year, from our annual May Day Plant Fair to small, intimate workshops and more!
What our Visitors say...
Fabulous garden, wonderful family, amazing cream tea. What more could you want on a Sunday afternoon!
What a truly magnificent garden with a lovely variety of trees and plants so beautifully landscaped. I have not seen a garden quite like it anywhere.
The most imaginative garden I have ever seen! Wonderful.
You could NOT do better, it is superb.