Plas Cadnant Hidden Gardens - Menai Bridge

by WIl
(Anglesey Hidden Gem)

Plas Cadnant Hidden Gardens in Summer

Plas Cadnant Hidden Gardens in Summer

Greetings from Anglesey Hidden Gem where it continues to be a confusion of strong Autumn storms and May temperatures.


I've come to the conclusion that if you give something a name and you're in trouble because you've given something an identity and probably an Ego. Big trouble. Each storm that's come to lend a backdrop to our preparations for Christmas seems to want to leave its mark. It will, however, pass as do all things. So in the meantime I make my plans for the coming Spring and Summer on Anglesey.

First of course is the garden and then, while responsibilities constrain me from venturing too far, I will seek to colour my life with what lies around me. Last year, I missed watching the Plas Cadnant Hidden Gardens evolve through the seasons and just managed a few visits on my £20 season ticket. Not that it's a matter of seeking profit, but the previous year the frequency of my visits ended up costing me about £2.50 to walk, sit and ponder.

Then after all the pondering is a cream tea. Never been a fan until I sat me down in the sunny courtyard at Plas Cadnant. Oh yes, and the red squirrels. Easy if you've developed an ear for them as many of us have in the Dingle in Llangefni.

Easy to find, head out of Menai Bridge toward Beaumaris and immediately you will arrive at a sweeping right hand corner on a bridge of the River Cadnant. There is a signpost on the left. Just follow the road to a completely new set of personal references for future retrospection.

Nadolig Llawen
Merry Christmas

Wil

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