According to legend, the Devil visited Ceredigion in the 11th century after hearing about its breathtaking scenery. It was here that he was outwitted by an old woman.
Devil’s Bridge Garden embraces the source of the legend to encourage visitors to connect with and experience the stunning Welsh landscape. The garden encapsulates the enchanting and mystical valley at the Devil’s Bridge by incorporating elements of the landscape into its design.
The water feature is inspired by the Devil's Bridge waterfall, which drops in height in five steps. The weathered timber bridge is a nod to the wish-bone bridge at the Hafod Estate close to the Devil’s Bridge.
The grass mounds are inspired by the former sites of Welsh Castles in the landscape and offer a beautiful vantage point to view the garden. Inside is a seating area for the family.