Cornish Barn Holidays is perfectly located to reach a number of beautiful and sub-tropical gardens. The National Trust Gardens of Trelissick and Glendurgan are close by, together with privately owned Trebah Garden at Mawnan Smith. The Roseland Peninsula, a short hop away on the King Harry Ferry, offers Caerhays Castle and its 100 acre woodland garden, located in a sheltered valley overlooking Porthluney Cove, and Lamorran Gardens in St Mawes.
The Eden Project
Just a collection of plants then - try again! You just cannot visit the Eden Project without being amazed at the sheer magnitude of it all. This incredible project is awesome from the moment you arrive on the rim of the former clay pit and gaze over the immense domed biomes. With each biome big enough to hold the entire Tower of London, at first glance it looks like you have stumbled across an alien colony here on earth. The Eden Project is rightly top of most people's list of things to see in Cornwall and is easily accessible by foot or by bike getting you to the heart of the project as it should be done - in a sustainable and environmentally friendly way.
If you have visited before don't miss out on how Eden is evolving - no two visits will ever be the same. Different seasons bring completely new plants and panoramas. New and exciting projects, displays and events keep Eden a vibrant and ever changing attraction.
A spectacular 26 acre Cornish ravine garden, rated among the 80 finest gardens in the world. This sub-tropical paradise is home to a unique collection of rare and exotic plants, trees and shrubs winding down to a private and secluded beach on the Helford River. Trebah is a garden for all seasons, with year round colour and scent. It has something for everyone with children's activities, special events, The Gallery Shop, Planters Café, and Garden Shop.