Cornwall's Gardens


When we think of Cornwall we think of stunning beaches and dramatic cliff walks, but Cornwall is also home to  magical gardens displaying some of the most beautiful, rare and exciting plants and trees in the Country. From the biodomes of the Eden project to the Japanese gardens with equisite Bonsai, there is an abundance of beauty to take in. Have a browse through the listings below to find your perfect match.

Where known it is stated whether they are accessible and if dogs are allowed.

Trebah Gardens


Trebah is a 26-acre sub-tropical garden situated in Cornwall, England, UK, near Glendurgan Garden and above the Helford River. Part of the parish of Mawnan, the gardens are set within an area of the same name, which includes the small settlements of Trebah Wartha and Trebah Woolas.

Trebah offers visitors a year round experience. In spring, Trebah comes alive with a colourful array of 100-year-old rhododendrons, magnolias and camellias. In summer, the giant gunnera is a must see for young and old.


If you have any disability or access needs please telephone to make a booking, for more information click on the link below.

The Lost Gardens Of Heligan


The Lost Gardens of Heligan are located near Mevagissey in Cornwall, England and are considered to be amongst the most popular in the UK. The gardens are typical of the 19th century Gardenesque style with areas of different character and in different design styles.

Thirty years ago, Heligan’s historic gardens were unknown and unseen; lost to the brambles of time since the outbreak of WW1. It was only the chance discovery of a door in the ruins that led to the restoration of this once great estate. Today, The Lost Gardens have been put back where they belong: in pride of place among the finest gardens in England.

Open all year round, booking essential.

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Trelissick Garden ( National Trust)

Trelissick is a house and garden in the ownership of the National Trust at Feock, near Truro, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. It is located on the B3289 road, just west of King Harry Ferry, and overlooks the estuary known as Carrick Roads. It lies within the Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Dogs are welcome on leads in the countryside, assistance dogs only in the garden. 

There are wheelchair accessible paths through the garden. Please check with staff on arrival if you have any concerns. There is plenty of seating along the route to offer you a place to rest along the way. 

We have a manual wheelchair available to hire for use around the garden. Please call 01872 862090 to book a manual wheelchair for your visit.

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