Trust) - A valley garden of great beauty, created in the 1820s and
running down to the tiny village of Durgan
and its beach. There are many fine trees and rare and exotic plants,
with outstanding Spring displays of magnolias and camellias. In the
season a glorious display of wild floweres carpets the valley slopes.
The laurel MAZE, dating from 1833, puzzles young and old. Reconstruction
of original schoolroom in cob and thatch.
The house is privately occupied.
Note that Glendurgan has STEEP paths and is NOT suitable for manual
wheelchair or electric buggy access beyond the Camellia Walk viewing
10.30 a.m. to 5.30 p.m from 11th February to 29th October 2017, Closed
Mondays, except Bank Holiday Mondays and ALL Mondays
From the Red Lion, take
the road to Budock Vean, Helford Passage, Port Navas. The gardens
are approximately 0.7 miles on the left.