Wednesday, March 21, 2018
The fabulous Cornish climate means that the region has a wide variety of beautiful and exotic gardens just waiting to be discovered.
At the top of many people’s list, the Lost Gardens of Heligan have been named Garden of the Year by the BBC Countryfile Awards. Famed as an icon of lovingly-executed garden restoration, the gardens at Heligan offer a tranquil space for plants, wildlife and visitors alike.
New plans for the gardens at Caerhays Castle promise an exciting year as large areas are to be cleared and re-planted with a wide range of new plant species including Mediterranean and sub-tropical shrubs.
Down near the end of the peninsula the Trebah Gardens offer more than 4 miles of walks through a valley of magnolias, rhododendrons and camellias. A private beach enhances the sense of seclusion and peace.
Relax in beautiful Cornwall
From our gorgeous self-catering accommodation in Port Isaac, a stunning array of the best of English gardens awaits you, never more than an hour and a half away.
Sleeping up to 16 people, The Beach House has magnificent views over the north coast.
Contact Colin for details and availability.