Bryn Yorkin Manor Estate
Set in 225 acres of beautiful Welsh countryside, close to the English border, Bryn Yorkin Manor is a compact, thriving family run country estate. At the heart of the estate is Bryn Yorkin Manor, a Grade II* listed building dating back in part to the 14th century. The house is not open for public viewing but on occasions its stunning, inter-linked walled gardens open for charitable events. The gardens host out horticultural courses and produce our stock of plants for sale, Bryn Yorkin Manor Cottage Garden Plants
The beautiful park land surrounding the historic manor house has been entered in the Register of Landscapes, Parks and Gardens of Special Historic Interest in Wales.
The parkland, with extensive runs of traditional mixed hedging and wildflower margins, together with the upland and woodland areas of the estate host our outdoor activities and land based courses. Our Dog Play Park is also located in this glorious setting.
Bryn Yorkin Manor Estate Woodland
The woodland of the Bryn Yorkin Manor Estate comprises approximately 60 acres including some spectacular specimen oak trees which are estimated to be over 400 years old. The woodland plays host to a wide variety of wildlife. Sightings around the estate have included buzzard, sparrow hawk, tawny owl, woodcock, snipe, fieldfare, mammals, amphibs, reptiles and the very occasional heron.
The woodland floor has a fantastic display of fungi and flora including species such as native bluebells, primrose, wood sorrel, wood anemone, wild garlic all of which are indicator species of ancient woodlands.