Dyffryn Gardens in the Vale of Glamorgan is part of the National Trust. However, it’s not like your average National Trust place, but instead a work in progress. Over the years, it’s had many uses. From a family home to a training centre and now it belongs to the National Trusts. The Vale of Glamorgan Council have spent £1m on a new roof and stonework and a further £1.3m with grants from Heritage Lottery Fund and Cadw to reinstate five feature rooms.
Today, we had the pleasure of visiting Dyffryn Gardens with our five year old twins. Before I go into more information about our visit, I thought I’d tell you a little bit more about the National Trust. They offer four types of membership: Individual, Joint, Family and Lifetime. If you’re thinking about getting a membership, it’s always worth checking online to see what offers are available.TO READ THE FULL POST CLICK HERE