The Lost Gardens of Heligan
Recently restored to their magnificent 19th Century glory, the Lost Gardens of Heligan boast year round horticultural splendour. Voted a 5 star winner as ‘Best Outdoor Attraction ’ in The Which?Guide to Tourist Attractions 2000, and described as ‘Magical ’ by The Gardener ’s Guide to Britain, it is recommended that you reserve at least half a day for your visit here. Sturdy footwear is advisable, especially if the weather has not been particularly clement! Dogs are welcome on short leads.
For more information please telephone: 01726 845100, www.heligan.com
Trebah – Garden of Dreams
Recommended by the Royal Horticultural Society, this 26 acre ravine site has matured over the past 160 years. Exotic plants from all over the world flourish here in wild and extravagant surroundings. Yankee Beach, private to visitors of the gardens, is ideal for swimming and picnics.
Trebah is proud of its informality – children are welcome to play freely amongst the enchanted gardens, with dedicated play areas and seasonal events (such as Easter Egg Hunts) to delight any child ’s imagination.
Light refreshments are available and plant sales and advice are on hand. For further information telephone – 01326 250488, or visit the website www.trebah-garden.co.uk