Immerse your senses
Explore the gardens of Cornwall and uncover nature. Cornwall is home to stunning sub-tropical gardens and we have a unique micro-climate to thank. With a garden of our own you can immerse your senses with our seasonal flower scents and the sea breeze. Enjoy picnics, Champagne afternoon teas or even a summer snooze in our gardens, an oasis of coastal calm.
You can’t miss the gardens in our surrounding area either, with The Lost Gardens of Heligan, one of the most popular botanical gardens in the UK and Trebah Garden a 26 acre sub-tropical garden nearby, we are spoilt for choice. See below for a list of our top Cornwall garden picks.
Kimberley Park Garden
Quaint garden close to the hotel, with excellent examples of local flora and fauna, visit here for more details.
(15 min walk)
Beautiful National Trust Garden overlooking the Helford River. Features a 180 year old Maze. Visit here for more details.
(15 min drive)
Overlooking the Helford River, this sub-tropical garden, is set in a picturesque valley. There is a busy calendar of performances in the Amphitheatre. Visit here for details.
(20 min drive)
This National Trust Property has stunning views across Falmouth Bay and features a formal walled garden and popular woodland walks. Visit here for details.
(20 min drive)
Said to be the oldest gardens in Cornwall. A hidden gem on the outskirts of Falmouth. Visit here for details.
(10 min drive)
The Lost Gardens of Heligan
Home to the Tremayne Family for over 400 years, this dramatic garden is one of the most famous in Cornwall. Visit here for details.
(50 min drive)
The Eden Project
The famous transformation of a disused mine, is now home to the famous Biospheres and one of the country’s leading environmental charities. Ideal for families with lots of interactive activities. Visit here for details.
(1 hr drive)
Explore this famous tea estate and home to the Boscowan Family. Visit here for details.
(45 min drive)
A beautiful 17th Century National Trust House and Garden, with countryside, river and hill walking. Located outside Helston. Visit here for details.
(40 min drive)
One of the first places to introduce Magnolias and Rhododendrons in this country. This National Trust property has been a popular sub-tropical paradise since the 1920’s. Located in Madron, close to Penzance. Visit here for details.
(55 min drive)