The garden at Bryn-y-Ddafad is open for charity under the National Garden Scheme for Group Visits during the summer months. Guests are welcome to wander or sit in the garden and enjoy at any time during their stay.
The front garden comprises of a small courtyard garden with raised bed informally planted using pastel shades of annuals, perennials, small shrubs and bulbs. The terraced rear garden has colourful raised beds and borders, mature trees and shrubs. Lily pond with water feature.
The garden has areas of unusual plantings giving interest throughout the seasons. Terraced rear garden with mature trees, flowering shrubs, lily pond and pergola of clematis and wisteria. Rose garden leading to a bridge crossing the natural stream with small woodland garden, bog garden,grasses,candelabra primulas and small bank of rhododendrons and azaleas. Pots and hanging baskets adorn the forecourt and parking area during the summer months A magnificent old blue wisteria clings to the front elevation of the house. Separate attractive raised courtyard garden planted in pastel shades. Most of the garden is accessible by a wheelchair.