Cornwall Garden Breaks
Save up to 35% and visit two great gardens for just £25pp
This great offer is available when booking the standard prices for any accommodation featured on this website.
From the sub-tropical to the unusual
As well as having a huge number and variety of gardens, many rare and exotic plants and species bloom in Cornwall. This can be attributed to a mild climate and the influence of the gulf stream but also to a heritage of large country houses and explorers.
There are over 70 gardens in the county, with many well known and award winners amongst them. Here you’ll find the Eden Project, consistently voted Britain’s best attraction. There’s also a variety of sub-tropical gardens to explore. Trebah Garden has been counted amongst the world’s 80 best examples. There’s also lovingly crafted gardens such as Pinetum Gardens and the mysterious reclaimed gems of The Lost Gardens of Heligan.
We’ve bought together these gardens in a special package to enable you to visit and see for yourself the amazing flora and fauna on offer.
- The Eden Project
PLUS a choice of visiting any ONE of these gardens:
- The Lost Gardens of Heligan, OR
- Trebah Gardens, OR
- Pinetum Gardens
The Eden Project
Consistently awarded accolades for its innovative design, eco educational awareness and as one of the best tourist attractions in the UK, the amazing Eden Project houses the world’s largest indoor rainforest. Protected in giant biomes, discover plants from the Mediterranean, South Africa, California, the Tropics, Asia and South America. Climb to the top of the canopy, explore a Malaysian hut, watch the waterfall and taste the produce of diverse countries in the on-site restaurants and cafés. Fun and inspirational, the Eden Project explores the intricate relationship between plants and people. Read more >>
The Lost Gardens of Heligan
Hidden for years under dense undergrowth as a large country estate declined in the war years, The Lost Gardens of Heligan were rediscovered, restored and now offer a magical day out. Tradition melds timelessly with the new as you explore the walled kitchen gardens, visit the award-winning wildlife hide, discover a jungle and come across giant sculptures on the woodland walk. Read more >>
Wind down pathways spilling over with rhododendrons, magnolias and camellias under a canopy of oaks, beeches and giant Chusan Palms. Bamboozle (that’s what they call it!) yourself in the bamboo maze running by the stream and discover flora and fauna more usually found in sub-tropical climates. Complete with its own private beach, Trebah is rated as one of the world’s top 80 gardens. Read more >>
Carefully collected and lovingly displayed, over 6,000 plant species are set in 30 acres of delightful gardens. Walk through the woodland pathways to a Japanese Garden with stepping stones and a Japanese summer house. Stop at the tea rooms or discover the Arboretum and Pinetum alongside a water garden, cottage garden, old garden, winter garden and sunken garden. Read more >>
Good to Know
- Garden breaks supplement £25 per adult, child prices on request
- Available when booked in conjunction with any full priced accommodation featured on this website, including FREE night deals
- Not valid in conjunction with any other offer or discount
- Your garden tickets will be available for collection upon check-in
- This supplement is not bookable online