is a uniquely beautiful, 26 acre Cornish ravine garden which descends to
a private beach on the Helford River—the wild and magical result of 160
years of inspired and dedicated creation.
First planted by Charles Fox in the 1840’s, the garden includes glades of
sub-tropical ferns and palms which mingle with a
forest of trees and shrubs in ever-changing colours and scents, contained
beneath a canopy of century-old rhododendrons and magnolias.
recent award of “Garden of the Year 2004” in
The Good Britain Guide confirms Trebah’s listing as among the 80 finest
gardens in the world.
new £1.6 million Hibbert Centre contains a new Gift
Shop, a spacious new Planter's Cafe, and
you will find a wide range of conservatory and outdoor
plants in the garden Shop.
attention has been given to making this a child-friendly garden with several
play areas and trails for all ages. This is truly a Paradise for Gardeners,
Artists and Families.
Planters Cafe at
Trebah - Winter Offer
Senior Citizens Lunch - every Wednesday between 12 noon and 2.30pm
(excluding 23 December)
Home cooked two course lunch - £5.50 per person
No need to book unless bringing a party of 6 or more
Telephone 01326 252200
Open every day of the year 10.30 a.m. to
5.00 p.m. (last admission)
Free parking for cars and coaches
RHS Members free 1st
Nov - 31st March
National Trust Members free 1st November to end of
By Car:- From
the Red Lion, take the road
to Budock Vean, Helford Passage, Port Navas. The gardens are approximately
1 mile on the left - passed the entrance to Glendurgan.
Public transport—Truronian T8 bus from Falmouth and Helston stops outside the
gate (timetable enquiries 01872 273453)
FAX: 01326 - 250781
to Gardens Page
or go direct to
Carwinion (CLOSED AT PRESENT)