Cornwall Holidays are one of the best ways to spend your time off in the United Kingdom this spring time. Not only is the weather warmer and sunnier than the rest of the country. There are also plenty of outdoor spaces suitable for the family and not forgetting dogs!
Public gardens to visit on your Cornwall holidays.
Spring in Cornwall shows off some of the wonderful gardens of the county in all their magnificent splendour. So by April the native flowers have started to bloom, from daffodils to white wild garlic flowers to stonecrops and bluebells. We have picked out three of Cornwall’s best kept public gardens for you to visit.
Trebah Gardens is a situated near the Helford River and has nearly 30 acres of gardens to explore. Trebah features mile upon mile of exotic planting to wind your way though. They even have their own private beach to explore. The gardens have a superb restaurant on site and they are also dog friendly too!
Lanhydrock House & Gardens are located near to Bodmin and are owned by the National Trust. The estate offers both a wonderful insight into elegant Victorian life as well as some stunning walks though the extensive gardens. From ancient woodland paths to riverside walkways you can easily spend a day in this charming location. The outdoor garden areas are dog friendly and there is a cafe on site serving hot and cold meals, sandwiches, drinks and snacks.
Trelissick Gardens owned by the National Trust is near to the Cornish city of Truro and lies with one of Cornwall’s designated areas of ‘Outstanding Natural Beauty’. Just west of the King Harry Ferry and is set on it’s very own peninsula. The gardens offer over 300 acres of woodland walks and parkland strolls with leading down to the river Fal and towards Falmouth. The site has a cafe and shop, dogs on leads are also welcome.