Check our availability for any date here...
Spring breaks now available - minimum 3
nights, email us for details.
We have availability 1st - 7th April, 10th - 14th
April, and 17th - 22nd April onwards
Short breaks fromjust ú100/night.
Come and enjoy Cornwall at its very best - the
county's woodland gardens are really coming into
their own now - daffs,primroses,
rhododendrons and camelias are all starting to put
on a magnificent show. And did we mention lambs....
****The 106th Cornwall Spring Flower Show will take
place on 1st and 2nd of April 2017 at the stunning
Boconnoc Estate near Lostwithiel. A showcase for the
best in Cornish horticulture, with exuberant
displays of camellias, daffodils,
rhododendrons and ornamental shrubs and trees
guaranteeing a brilliantly colourful spectacle of
the highest quality. With over 100 trade stands,
show gardens and gardening experts on hand there is
plenty for visitors to see, do and buy!
Here are a few of our favourite gardens to visit:
It is difficult not to be stunned when you visit
Caerhays Castle and its 140 acre Gardens which are
the home of the Williams family. The natural
beauty of the coastline and its steep valleys, the
architectural surprises, the inescapable sense of
history and the range of activities and facilities
that the estate offers, all set the scene for a
wonderful day of discovery and exploration.
The gardens originated from the work of plant
hunters in China at the start of the 20th century.
Caerhays bred the very first x williamsii camellias
and is today the home of a Plant Heritage National
Collection of Magnolias containing over 600 species
and named hybrids from around the world. The gardens
have an international reputation and have been
described as 'world class'.
A sub-tropical paradise with a stunning coastal
Discover the magic of this beautiful Cornish valley
garden with over four miles of footpath. Explore
under canopies bursting with exotic blooms. Follow
vibrant tunnels of colour that cascade down to our
very own secluded beach on the Helford River.
In spring, Trebah comes alive with a colourful array
of 100-year-old rhododendrons, magnolias and
The Lost Gardens of Heligan
Cotehele House and Gardens (NT)
Lanhydrock House and Gardens (NT)