Boconnoc is a country estate in South East Cornwall tucked down two miles of private roads. The main house and grounds are available to hire for anything from a candle-lit dinner for two, to a house party for 18 guests or weddings.
What was once a sterile clay mine is now a vibrant global garden, brimming with plants, sculptures and play equipment.Explore miles of paths that twist and turn up and down the slopes of the pit along with breathtaking views.
The Gardens at Enys offer a unique tranquil and unspoilt experience. We offer the visitor a peaceful and relaxing experience with a wide variety of different garden vistas.
Lose yourself in the three valleys of Glendurgan Garden, full of fun, natural beauty and amazing plants Discover giant rhubarb plants living in the jungle-like lower valley and spiky arid plants basking in the sunny upper slopes.
Lamorran Garden is on a four acre south facing hillside with the sea and St Antony’s Head with its lighthouse as the backdrop. This is an intimate garden, the visitors having to go and find new areas of the garden through archways.
Morrab Gardens’ extensive collection of sub-tropical plants have been accumulated over many years. In the 1880s, unlike today there were no nurseries selling exotic plants.
Mount Edgcumbe House is the former home of the Earls of Mount Edgcumbe. Set in Grade I Cornish Gardens within 865 acres Country Park on the Rame Peninsula, South East Cornwall.
It makes the family’s history come alive whilst having that warmth which reminds you it is still the privately owned and cherished home of the Molesworth-St Aubyn family.
Pinetum Gardens is a place of tranquillity, peace and spectacular garden scenery. The largest ’new’ garden created in Cornwall, family owned, we offer an intimate experience with a personal touch rarely found in our busy world.
An inspirational plantsman’s garden combining colour, form and structure. Situated in the heart of the beautiful Roseland Peninsula, Poppy Cottage Garden covers an acre full of colour for all year-round interest.
Queen Mary Gardens offers a space of tranquility and exceptional scenery displaying rich flower beds, trees and a range of subtropical species. The gardens benefit from Cornwall’s milder south coast climate.
From ancient cobbles to castle walls, through time and tide, St Michael’s Mount is beckoning. Originally the site of a Benedictine Chapel, the spectacular castle on the rock dates from the 14th Century.
Tanglewood is a wild garden. A place where you can run, walk or just sit and Tanglewood Gardens Wood Carvings Attractions In Cornwallenjoy the tranquillity, peacefulness and wonderful wildlife.
Visit the Japanese Garden in St. Mawgan village near Newquay & discover an oasis of tranquillity , 1.5 miles from the North coast, 6 miles east of Newquay, where East meets West in this unique garden.Open 1st March until 31st October.
Twenty-five years ago, Heligan’s historic gardens were unknown and unseen; lost under a tangle of weeds. It was only the chance discovery of a door in the ruins that led to the restoration of this once great estate.
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.
The gardens are on their own peninsula, so you are surrounded by the river with glimpses every now and again in amongst the woodlands. Find the time to wind your way through 300 years of Trelissick history.
Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens is a major new attraction near Penzance in Cornwall. A beautiful sheltered valley in west Cornwall, surrounded by woods, streams and dramatic vista, provides the perfect setting for this 22-acre site.
Tregwainton is a sheltered garden on the outskirts of Madron, featuring a surprising variety of exotic plants and shrubs, including giant tree ferns. A viewing platform lets visitors take in the walled gardens.
One of the largest and finest selections of camellias in the country. The chief architect of Trewidden Garden was Thomas Bedford Bolitho who started in 1880 to plant a unique collection of trees and shrubs.