A host of new tree tours have been announced at Bodysgallen Hall in North Wales, giving green-fingered guests the chance to explore the hotel’s kitchen gardens and beyond.
The National Trust hotel is located in over 200 acres of gardens and parkland, and its kitchen garden includes a walled garden, lily-pad ponds and a 17th century parterre of box hedges filled with sweet herbs.
To capitalise on this, the hotel has announced a number of themed garden tours dates with the property’s head gardener Robert Owen to explore the surrounding areas.
Routes surrounding the hotel include visits to Pydew mountain and the Wales Coast Path.
The garden tours see Owen take guests on a botanical journey, followed by a two-course lunch with a glass of wine and each has a different theme, to encourage repeat custom.
The 17th century Bodysgallen Hall is home to 31 bedrooms, split between the house and the cottages. The hotel’s 3 AA Rosette restaurant is headed up by top chef John Williams who makes use of an extensive kitchen garden.