This March sees the opening of the area of garden known as 'The Tin Garden.' This area of the garden was originally surrounded by a corragated tin wind-break so it became known as the Tin Garden.
This garden was used by Charles Williams' Great Grandfather as an area to breed his daffodills. It has been cleared and was planted up with all the hybrids of Camellias, Rhododendons and Magnolias bred by Charles' late father, who passed away last year.
Caerhays is open to the public from February to mid-June 7 days a week.