The blue garden filled with spring flowers with lawn in the background

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Cae Hir is a unique Welsh garden with a storied Dutch history - a true family garden of unassuming beauty. Trailing up five acres of hillside at the base of the stunning Cambrian Mountains, this Welsh garden’s bold mixing of perennials and wildflowers results in swathes of beautiful and natural colour, punctuated by moments of formality. 

At Cae Hir, you can discover both formal and evocative, naturalistic planting - it’s a garden that’s not just for plant lovers but also a wonderful destination for garden design enthusiasts. Children love the acres of spaces to run and hide, while adults can sit and reflect or meander through the garden and regain their energy. 

After experiencing the delights of this Welsh garden, relax in 'Y Sied', the garden's quirky tearoom to enjoy delicious home baked cakes, or browse the interesting plants available in Cae Hir’s own nursery. Cae Hir is a true garden with a difference. It is a family garden, an RHS Partner Garden and one of the founding members of the Great Gardens of West Wales.

The tearoom, Y Sied, is open daily between 10am and 5pm and can be accessed and enjoyed without visiting the garden. Why not pop in for a bowl of soup or a cheeky slice of cake with coffee? The patio is the perfect place to sit and relax, maybe get some work done or enjoy an afternoon having a giggle with friends. Morning coffees to light lunches and afternoon teas will happily be catered for and there is indoor seating for up to 16, with plenty of extra space out on the patio.

The daily menu consists of a small selection of deliciously moreish cakes as well as cream teas made up of Julie's locally famous scones with proper strawberry jam and real clotted cream. The savoury option is a freshly made soup of the day served with a warm crusty roll and butter.

Cae Hir welcome all manner of groups from local WI visits or Merched y Wawr mystery trips, to Garden Tours from around the UK and abroad.



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Guide Prices

Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
Adult£7.50 per adult
Child£2.50 per child
Groups Rate (10+)£7.50 per ticket

Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.



  • Outside Seating

Booking & Payment Details

  • Credit cards accepted (no fee)
  • Online Booking Possible


  • On-site light refreshments


  • Children welcome

Group Travel

  • Out of Hours Visits


  • Facilities for groups
  • Mini Coach Parties Accepted


  • Free Parking

Property Facilities

  • Dogs Accepted
  • Public toilets
  • WiFi or internet access

Target Markets

  • Accepts groups
  • Coach parties accepted
  • Eco-Friendly

Map & Directions

Road Directions

Sat nav works (postcode SA48 7NG) but be prepared for journeys over tiny country lanes! If you love beautiful scenery this is perfect!

If you prefer a quicker, faster route then follow the A482 West from Lampeter or East from Aberaeron. In Temple Bar turn on to the B4337 towards Llanybydder. We are 2 miles down the road in Cribyn (Car Park on the left).

Cae Hir Gardens


Cribyn, Lampeter, Ceredigion, SA48 7NG

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Opening Times

* Open daily: April 1st - September 30th
Opening Times: 10am - 5pm

(Please note: Tea room offers a limited menu in April and September)
Tea room closes September 30th)


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