As I travel throughout Wales and uncover the many great attractions that there are to visit, I stumble upon many that are so special, it is sometimes very hard to put into words just how special they are, take Gwenhwyfar Garden for instance. Thinking I was initially coming to see a normal but quite high end accommodation provider, I was greeted by its owner Jenni Chapter. I have to say that Jenni is no normal human being. I know that may sound strange to hear, but she isn’t. From the minute we met, I knew she was one of life’s special people and one who is completely selfless, selfless to of created this amazing garden and retreat that people can come and enjoy whenever they need to. Gwenhwyfar Garden isn’t the biggest Garden in the world, but it has a big personality and when visited, you get to take a piece of that special personality home with you.
Attraction in Ceredigion
Gwenhwyfar Garden is a place of inner & outer transformation, where both the seeds and weeds of life’s journey, are sown & woven together, birthing the richness each precious life has to bring to our world. As children in a garden, we look and wonder at each flower, helping each soul recognise the beauty and meaning in all life’s experience, learning from the richness and meanings common in indigenous cultures, though somehow lost from our own ancestral ways. We bring together those ancient threads to weave a sound blanket within which you can explore your right to heal. Your retreat is tailored to meet your needs. In times of crisis, you deserve a compassionate and understanding safe space within which to heal. Our aim at Gwenhwyfar Garden is provide a compassionate and healing space within which, we can tailor to meet your individual needs. To enable equal access, we have a number of bursaries every year for those with low income. We also have a number of energy exchange options.