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Botanical Garden
“A great favourite with most of our guests . Good food and lots of seasonal events , also has zip line over the domes for the more adventurous ”
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“Just beautiful gardens ...makes for a lovely walk with a nice cream tea after!”
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“This place is close and the best Garden in Cornwall (IMHO). They have a nice cafe or just down the road is the the very scenic Ferry Boat Inn.”
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“The gardens are absolutely amazing and overlook Mounts Bay and St Micheals Mount. The gardens were once owned by the monks who lived on the mount. The current owners have really brought the gardens back to life including having permanent sculptures and guest works. There is a fantastic cafe and an art gallery as well.”
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“Trelissick garden and grounds are beautiful and well worth a visit. There's a lovely cafe and gift shop and views to die for from the. grounds. There are also some beautiful walks around Trelissick you can use the car park for a small fee and go off on an adventure by foot if this is your scene.”
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“Fabulous gardens complete with Maze and it’s own beach! Well worth a visit. Lovely ice cream hut down on the beach for a well earned treat before the walk back up!”
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“A lovely, scenic forest with trails through the woods for hiking, walking or cycling. There is also a cafe nestling in the trees which serves delicious food. Perfect for lunch or afternoon tea on a day out. Paid parking is available.”
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“Fabulous camellia collection. Free entry to the park. Riverside views and duck pond.”
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“Love it here. check out the local Westbriton newspaper for any discounts. There's a good softplay barn here too. ”
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“ these guys are so brilliant. an immersive theatre experience held in the woods by the coast. great for the whole family, highly recommend ”
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“The tiny Cornish village of Porthcurno was once the heart of international telecommunications, boasting the largest telegraph station in the world. Today, the Telegraph Museum Porthcurno is a vibrant and captivating heritage attraction. Discover our World War 2 tunnels, the secret hub of Britain’s wartime communications. Visit the Cable Hut where the underwater cables came ashore. Explore our exhibitions and interactive displays, telling the amazing story of global telecommunications from the first practical use of electricity to how we communicate today, using fibre optic cables that still run beneath the world’s seas and oceans.”
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“Favourite place in Cornwall! Veggie café in an old greenhouse - limited opening hours. About an hours drive from the cottage.”
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“A great day out with children and there are plenty of inside areas if the weather isn’t so good. Entry cost for a family can be quite expensive - you can often find vouchers in summer leaflets for a bit of money off. There are some leaflets containing vouchers in the basket in the back bedroom.”
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“Azaleas rhododendrons and camelias as well as magnolias when in season...spectacular.”
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“This is a lovely tropical garden where it is very nice to spend an afternoon or morning relaxing and taking in the scenery.”
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