Picnic in carpets of bluebells, tunnel through bamboo jungles, and play hide and seek in magical woodlands.
Autumn is fast approaching, so get ahead of your Cornwall game with our top tips on things to see and do.
The crowds have gone and with a bit of luck the weather and sea temperature remain warm. Here are some our favourite autumnal short walks – all within easy reach of our properties.
Discover the Lost Gardens of Heligan from a photographer’s perspective. Wander ancient woodland paths and venture along raised boardwalks pass giant rhubarb and banana plantations.
Hailing from a long line of farmers, ex-chef Ross Geach certainly knows a thing or two about growing and cooking with great quality seasonal produce. We spent a day down at the farm to find out more.
Tregothnan is not the kind of garden where you’ll see coachloads of people queuing at the entrance. It’s not usually open to the public, so if you want to see […]
There’s a slight ‘Brigadoon’ quality to Boconnoc – like the mythical Scottish village, some days you can see it, most you can’t as it’s open to the public on Sundays […]
Trelissick is one of the National Trust’s big, open spaces that simply allows you to be out in the fresh Cornish air away from traffic and the concrete jungle. It’s […]
There’s something about the term ‘sub-tropical’ that fills a Brit with longing. It sounds like something that couldn’t possibly be found in cloudy, windy England. And yet…Trebah Garden, in a […]
Heligan is undoubtedly one of Cornwall’s most famous attractions and although it’s been written about hundreds if not thousands of times, a list of Cornwall’s best gardens would look very […]
Every bit as good as the hype, the Eden Project is on Cornwall’s essential tick list. Outstanding on a sunny day and a good choice when it rains, Eden is […]
Visiting this tiny island (just two and a half miles long by one mile wide) takes a little more planning than the majority of places featured in this guide, but […]