Gardens in Cornwall

Welcome to Cornwall's gardens Over 40 glorious gardens to visit

Enjoying the warmth of the Gulf Stream, the magical gardens in Cornwall are home to a wealth of exciting, rare and beautiful plants and trees. From wild woodland to neatly manicured lawns, from the small and unusual to large and famous. Browse through listings representing the best Cornwall has to offer. Use the left-hand filters to refine your search and help you find exactly what you're looking for.

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  1. Gardens in Cornwall | Lamorran House Gardens | St Mawes | Cornwall

    Lamorran House Garden

    St Mawes

    Savour the glittering sea views over Falmouth Bay from this stunning Mediterranean-style garden. Lamorran boasts over four-acres of sub-tropical paradise.

  2. National Trust Cornwall | Lanhydrock House and Garden | Cornwall

    Lanhydrock House and Garden

    Bodmin

    Lanhydrock, near Bodmin, is a magnificent late Victorian country house with extensive servants quarters, gardens and a wooded estate.

  3. Kimberley Park, Falmouth

    Kimberley Park Garden

    Falmouth

    The variety of trees, some of which are much admired by Kew Gardens staff, have produced a green oasis enjoyed by visitors and the local community alike.

  4. Historic House in Cornwall | Port Eliot House and Garden | Port Eliot | St Germans

    Port Eliot House and Garden

    St Germans, near Saltash

    A perfect outing for the family where children love to run free on the lawns.  Wander amidst rhododendrons and camellias; get lost in the maze, picnic on the award winning Best Picnic Spot. One of the most beautiful places in Cornwall.

  5. Longcross Victorian Garden | Trelights | Port Isaac | North Cornwall

    Longcross Victorian Garden

    Port Isaac

    Beautiful and idyllic restored Victorian Gardens in a maze-like layout with water and granite features stretching to almost 4 acres, an example of coastal hedging and gardening. Panoramic views over Port Isaac and Port Quin Bays.

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