We have only find memories of Pinetum Park, we only wish we could visit more often. Highly recommended, please visit if you have a chance.
I often passed the sign to this attraction, which is on the A390 as you go through St Austell, but never went in. That is until a few years back... This is a tranquil oasis of woodland and flowers, with a a small restaurant and flower/shrub sales. Highly recommended for a few hours of pleasant strolls including the Japanese Garden.
This is a lovely little place - no need to enter the gardens in order to visit the tearoom. Delicious, unfussy food and little trinkets to buy in the shop. The cream tea is a good one, too!
I just do not understand those reviewers who have left anything other than excellent comments about these gardens. These gardens were designed, largely planted and tended by one very imaginative elderly lady started as recently as 1976. They are now maturing beautifully and are utterly divine. Today, as four of us toured the grounds it was very quiet, which only... More
Although we live quite near, we've never taken the time to visit here.We took a picnic lunch and sat down by the lake, watching goslings explore closely watched by their mum.Further up the gardens were ducklings, and the gardens were clean and tidy all around.A little expensive, but a nice day out, easy to find and easy to park.No entry... More
A plantsman friend highly recommended this garden but I cannot agree although I know the specific circumstances (lack of time) was a major influence, combined with lack of information. The long walk from the car park was expensively well-signed, but there was no-one to take my money at the hut and so I rang the bell as requested. And again.... More
I visited yesterday just for Sunday lunch but was so impressed by what little I saw of the site that I shall certainly be visiting arp gain, just for the gardens. The restaurant is small and rather cafe-like but did serve an excellent Sunday roast. The staff are very amiable and service is prompt and courteous. The restaurant is also... More
Not so famous as some of the Cornish Gardens, but we liked it better. Quieter, with individual gardens. Like the Japanese one where everything had come from Japan. Staff very helpful and could answer a question about a pine tree we had never seen before (we found out it had come from Mexico!) A very restful place - well worth... More
Disappointed after reading some other reviews. Areas not all marked so difficult to follow the map. Not suitable for wheelchair users. Felt this was overpriced in comparison to the other gardens in Cornwall
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