House built on a slope in extensive private grounds with landscaped park and garden terracing to the west side of the mansion.

Tremeirchion, near St Asaph, Denbighshire, LL17 0UE

Brynbella House

Experience this house


Free for members
  • Bike storage facilities
  • Free parking
  • Garden only
  • Mostly wheelchair accessible
  • Picnic area

Most of the garden is accessible by wheelchair except the gravel garden.

Brynbella is a seven acre garden plus a further two acres of woods. The garden is situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty in the vale of clwyd. It overlooks the Brynbella’s 40 acre listed park separated only by the haha.

The garden can best be described as a series of rooms comprising the following elements.

An award winning gravel garden , designed by Andy Sturgeon

  • A walled garden with orchard ,rose garden , vegetable garden and glasshouses
  • A woodland garden
  • The Italian garden
  • A water garden
  • Long borders
  • Lawns
  • Sculptures

Brynbella is above all a place of tranquility with far reaching views across open countryside.

Opening Times

April – September: 1st & 2nd Tuesday of each month, 11am–4pm.

Contact Peter at for queries prior to visiting.


Historic Houses members visit for free.

£5 for non-members.

Group Visits

Please call to arrange by calling 01745 710669 or email


Most of the garden is accessible by wheelchair except the gravel garden.

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