Overview

Tucked into St Austell Bay, Tregrehan has an enviable location for a Woodland Garden.

The garden is well sheltered, has deep soil and prevalent rainfall and with the mild Gulf Stream Current nearby. This has all helped to create Cornwall's atmospheric temperate rainforest.

Towering conifers received from the Victorian plant hunters combined with botanically important recent planting has encouraged over 150 trees to reach champion status in the UK. This family-run setting is a delight on un-crowded open days, or at any time by appointment.

In airy contrast to the woodland the old grain mill, walled garden, and magnificent glasshouse range are wonderful light spaces to relax and unwind with light teas, coffee and snacks.


Opening
Opening

2020

15 March to 31 May: Wednesdays to Fridays & Sundays, 10.30am to 5pm.

1 June to 31 October: Wednesdays, 1pm to 4.30pm

Find Us
Find us

The main visitor entrance is at ///email.certainly.cling What does this mean?

On the A390 between St Austell and St Blazey in Mid Cornwall.

Train and Bus service in St Austell, 2 miles away.

 

Parking

Car park on site

  • Free

Admission
Admission

Free for historic houses members. 

Adults: £8.00

Children under 16: Free

Accessibility
Accessibility
  • Accessible toilets
  • Accessible parking
Group Visits
Group Visits

Group tours are offered, please call on 01726 814389.

Please check the website for further information, admission times and details for our special events

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Accommodation

Ideally situated on Cornwall's fascinating south coast, Tregrehan Garden Cottages tempt all yearround.  Five Grade II listed cottages, each with their own private garden, surround the cobbled courtyard .

The region abounds with historical treasures of gardens and seascapes, mining and fishing villages. The Eden Project & Charlestown of 'Poldark' fame, are within walking distance. The local and vibrant towns of Fowey & Lostwithiel on the estuary, and the traditional fishing village of Mevagissey, are rich in festival tradition, theatre, sport, shops, restaurants and pubs

There is something for everyone, all year round on the south coast and for those keen for north coast surf, Watergate and Polzeath beaches are within 45 minutes, if you have the time.

Please ask if you would like to bring pets.


Opening
Opening

2020

15 March to 31 May: Wednesdays to Fridays & Sundays, 10.30am to 5pm.

1 June to 31 October: Wednesdays, 1pm to 4.30pm

Find Us
Find us

The main visitor entrance is at ///email.certainly.cling What does this mean?

On the A390 between St Austell and St Blazey in Mid Cornwall.

Train and Bus service in St Austell, 2 miles away.

 

Parking

Car park on site

  • Free

Admission
Admission

Free for historic houses members. 

Adults: £8.00

Children under 16: Free

Accessibility
Accessibility
  • Accessible toilets
  • Accessible parking
Group Visits
Group Visits

Group tours are offered, please call on 01726 814389.

Other opening