During lockdown, Geoff and Barbara Clemerson took the opportunity to revamp some of their beautiful garden. Regular visitors will spot that some overgrown areas have been thinned, but it remains a plantsman’s garden. Winding paths lead through a series of themed rooms with familiar, rare and unusual plants. Steps lead up to a raised viewpoint looking towards Caradon Hill and Bodmin Moor, and then into a formal rose garden. Further details and pictures can be found on the National Gardens Scheme website.
Teas and gluten-free refreshments will be available.
We regret toilets will not be available. Parking on the road outside the property. Very limited wheelchair access due to steps. No entry to dogs due to resident animals.
Adults £5 / Children Free