Coronavirus / Covid-19: If you are visiting Tŷ Hyll, the garden or woodland please follow the one way system and maintain a 2 metre distance from other people at all times.
Wildlife garden and woodland
The wildlife garden and woodland at Tŷ Hyll features plants that are carefully chosen to attract birds and pollinating insects such as butterflies, moths, bumblebees and honeybees.
Lovely views, birdsong, frogs & bees
A network of paths and benches allow you to enjoy the garden flowers and woodland nature, and the views down to the River Llugwy with Moel Siabod glimpsed through the trees. Tune in to the birdsong and the rustling of small mammals and insects in the undergrowth. Keep an eye out for nesting pied flycatchers in spring, bats at dusk, and frogs, newts and dragonflies around the wildlife pond.
Download our map
Find your way around the Tŷ Hyll garden and woodland with our beautiful map. Our bee-hives are located in the woodland away from paths; you can watch the busy bees at work, but please be careful not to disturb them.
You can help!
The garden and woodland are lovingly and organically managed by a team of dedicated volunteers and we would love you to help.
- Check out our Tŷ Hyll volunteering opportunities
- Donate now on-line
- Or donate in the boxes provided at Tŷ Hyll.
You can explore the area nearby on foot by following our Tŷ Hyll walks.