Cornwall garden breaks
Visit 2 great gardens for £25pp – saving 35%
This great offer is available when booking the standard prices for any accommodation featured on this website. The FREE night deals shown in the standard price grids are valid in conjunction this Garden Breaks add-on, however, it is not valid in conjunction with any other special offer.
Visit two fantastic gardens
Cornwall is a haven for amateur and professional gardeners alike and a great place to visit if you love flora and fauna. In fact, there are over 70 gardens to choose from!
Cornwall’s mild climate under the influence of the Gulf stream creates unique growing conditions. The abundance of large country houses and estates in the county, often dating back to earlier centuries when plant-hunting expeditions were conducted, means there are often unusual species to be seen. Often from South Africa, the Mediterranean and China, the exotic rare and beautiful plants they brought home thrived in the Cornish climate and created the gardens we can enjoy today.
Visit the Eden Project and one other garden of your choice from our fantastic list of either The Lost Gardens of Heligan, Trebah Garden or Pinetum Gardens.
- 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
Cornwall’s wonderful global garden has been hailed as ‘The 8th wonder of the World’ and it’s a truly memorable experience in an epic location. The Eden Project is both an educational resource and an environmental showcase with giant geodesic conservatories and a panorama of shrubs and plants; demonstrating in a vibrant manner how plants and people depend on each other for mutual survival on our planet.
The Lost Gardens of Heligan
‘The Lost Gardens of Heligan are the garden restoration of the century’ (The Times). Cornwall’s award-winning gardens extend to some 80 acres of superb pleasure grounds together with a magnificent complex of walled gardens.
The dramatically beautiful 28-acre Trebah Gardens are listed among the 80 finest in the world. Glades of huge 100-year-old tree-ferns mingle with a forest of rhododendrons, magnolias and camellias under a canopy of ancient oaks and beeches. There are cascading streams, fish filled ponds and a private beach overlooking Cornwall’s Helford River.
With a collection of over 6,000 plants and many truly magnificent trees, Pinetum Gardens are set in over 30 acres on the warm sheltered coast of St Austell Bay. A delightful walk takes you through many different gardens from woodland to Japanese.
Good to Know
- Garden breaks supplement £25 per adult, child prices on request
- Available when booked in conjunction with any accommodation featured on this website
- Not valid in conjunction with any other offer or discount, apart from FREE night offers
- Your garden tickets will be available for collection upon check-in
- This supplement is not bookable online