The Vale’s National Trust attraction, Dyffryn Gardens, has announced that it is able to reopen to visitors in Wales from Monday 29th March.
The news was announced on the garden’s social media pages, with representatives for the local beauty spot saying that they are “thrilled” at the developments.
This development comes as some coronavirus restrictions in Wales are relaxed, allowing limited opening outdoor areas of some historic places and gardens.
In their post on social media, Dyffryn Gardens said:
“We are thrilled to share that we will be reopening the gardens and Gallery Café (takeaway only) from 29 March for visitors living in Wales.
“Information about how to book your visit is available on our web page and we ask everyone to please adhere to Welsh Government Covid-19 legislation at all times.
“We have been working hard behind the scenes to make sure our places comply with the relevant guidelines and measures so that they are as safe as can be for our staff, visitors and surrounding communities.
“As we all look forward to longer days and warmer weather, we can’t wait to welcome you back.”
The news has been received positively by those who follow the garden on Facebook, with one saying “Brilliant news. Can’t wait to visit.”
You can find out how to book and read more about Dyffryn Gardens on their section of the National Trust website, here.