Cornwall is famous for it’s wonderful collection of sub-tropical gardens and a must visit has to be Trebah. Sitting on a picturesque valley covered in a fabulous array of trees and plants, leading down to it’s own beach on the Helford, Trebah is a really special place. Although many flock to Trebah in the Spring and Summer to see the flowers in bloom, we think Autumn is also a fabulous time to visit. With fewer visitors sharing the four miles of walks, at times one almost feels as if they have the run of the garden to themselves. The peace and quite coupled with the beautiful, bright autumn leaves and year-round spectacle of the palms and succulents make Trebah in October a wonderful day out.
For families with children, the garden has an adventure play area and trails for kids. There is also an award winning cafe serving yummy seasonal fayre and selection of plants and gifts in their shop!
For more information visit the Trebah Garden website here: http://www.trebahgarden.co.uk