Four of Cornwall’s historic gardens are kindly throwing open their gates to help raise vital funds for Cornwall Heritage Trust. Visit a garden to enjoy a wonderful day out and support our work.
The gardens kindly opening their gates are Trevince near Gwennap on 21st May, Boconnoc near Lostwithiel on 28th May, Trenarth near Constantine 25th June, and Trereife near Penzance on 2nd July.
Sunday 2nd July | 10.30am – 4pm
Near Penzance, TR20 8TJ
When you visit Trereife House and Garden, you’re in for a treat. Located just west of Penzance, this Grade II-listed Queen Anne country house and gardens has much to enjoy, including beautiful formal parterre gardens, rolling grounds and views towards Mounts Bay.
House tours by the owner, Tim le Grice, will be available priced at an additional £10. These will offer a fascinating insight into the estate’s Queen Anne architecture, history and previous owners. Places will be limited and you can register your interest when booking your Open Garden ticket.
Online | £6.00
On the door | £7.50
Under 12s go free and do not require booking.
Free garden tours will be available. These can be signed up to on the day and places will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
Cream teas and refreshments will be available.
There’s something for all the family, including a fun-filled trail to keep the little ones busy during your visit.
Well behaved dogs on leads are welcome.
Last entry will be one hour before closing time.
This scheme is generously sponsored by Coodes Solicitors. All proceeds go to Cornwall Heritage Trust.