Moel-y-Gwelltyn-Ucha, Powys; a welcome in the hillside

The garden at Moel-y-Gwelltyn-Ucha in Powys, North East Wales is a south facing terraced cottage garden set at 900 feet above sea level and nestled on a steep hillside in a stunning location. There are fabulous views towards Rodney’s Pillar and Long Mountain. Colourful and floriferous with roses, shrubs and herbaceous perennials the garden and pond teem with birds, insects and wildlife. Enjoy a virtual visit to this hillside haven:

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This lovely garden set on a rural hillside offers the most amazing rewards for those who visit. Seats enable you to pause, relax and enjoy views.

Garden owners Nick and Sue Roberts had their travel plans disrupted by the COVID-19 outbreak and hadn’t originally planned to open in 2020 but having spent more time at home that may well change. Keep an eye on their garden listing for pop-up opening details here

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