Whether you fancy a wander in the woods or a stroll through the Grade 1 listed gardens, Gregynog is a great place to go walking

A place for all to enjoy, all year round

We have a network of miles of colour coded walks to help you find your way through the Estate. You can view the interactive map via the link below, download a PDF of our walking map or you can pick up a copy in the Courtyard Café.

View interactive map

Download PDF map

Gregynog’s grounds are open the everyone, every day. There are some level walks around the Lily Pond and down our drives to Bwlch y Ffridd. The Great Wood Walk and Warren Walk offer a little more challenge – but your reward will be stunning views across the Montgomeryshire countryside.

Our way marked walks will guide you past our bird hide in Garden House Wood, alongside the lily pond to Margaret Davies’ Painting Shed – recently restored for a woodland wedding. Our buzz-y apiary in the Dell is designed to give visitors the chance to allow close but safe access to the bees and there are information boards explaining their lifecycle and their vital importance to the planet. You can find out more about our bees and training apiary at Montgomeryshire Beekeepers Association (montybees.org.uk).

Our walks are mainly maintained by people’s feet and dog’s paws in order to minimise our environmental impact but remember your boots and dress for the weather! There is no additional charge for walking at Gregynog but remember your parking donation helps us to maintain the estate.

  • Become a Friend

    Since 2019 Gregynog has been run by a charitable Trust. Our vision is to be Wales’ most welcoming home for nature and the arts. We have a huge amount of work to do to restore our Grade 1 listed gardens and repair the Grade 2 star listed hall. Our grounds are open to everyone, every day and we are run a varied programme of events from Fairy and Halloween Trails to classical concerts in our Music Room.

    We urgently need support both from volunteers and donations and every little helps so whatever you can do to support Gregynog please do get in touch.