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Gardens of Cornwall

Stay with us and explore the amazing gardens of Cornwall and enjoy spring flowers which are currently bursting with magnificent colour and aroma. Designed to help you experience this lush time of year in our county, this spring break invites you to tarry a while amongst tranquil woodland settings, lush valleys and exotic landscaping.

Book today and take advantage of a spring garden discount – see sample itinerary below.

Sample Itinerary Ideas:

Bonython Estate Gardens 1st March – 30 September 2014

This Georgian Manor features an 18th century Walled Garden, Traditional Potager Garden, an orchard of Cornish apple trees, a series of lakes in a sheltered valley and a fernery. It truly is magnificent in springtime!

Trebah Garden

This valley garden has over four miles of footpath featuring canopies bursting with exotic blooms, vibrant tunnels of colour leading to a secluded beach, and an array of rhododendrons, magnolias and camellias.

Glendurgan Garden Open 10.30am – 5.30pm

Discover the beauty of Cornish bluebells in this amazing garden or lose yourself in Glendurgan’s valleys where giant rhubarb and tulip-trees grow, arid plants bask in the sun and ponds teem with wildlife.

Bookings:

Our Gardens of Cornwall break is available during April and May 2014 only on a per room per night basis, for two people sharing.


Prices for this break

Room Type
Premier £326
Sea View £286
Partial Sea View £246
Standard £186

Included in the price: 3 course evening dinner, coffee and full English breakfast daily, welcome drinks at reception.

Optional Extras: Why not include a garden hamper of Cornish spring goodies and a bottle of bubbly as part of your stay? Many of the gardens in Cornwall have stunning seating areas and grassy lawns where you can enjoy a traditional picnic.

Simply request a garden hamper at time of booking on the telephone or online.

Cost of hamper for two £30.00
Champagne from £45.00 per bottle
Sparkling wine from £30.00 per bottle


More gardens to explore:  

Gardens of Cornwall