Visit Tregrehan Garden
15th March – 31st May
Wed – Fri and Sun
10.30am – 5pm.
1st June – 31st August
1pm – 4.30pm
About Tregrehan Garden
Tucked into St. Austell Bay, Tregrehan has an enviable location for a Woodland Garden. Sheltered by higher ground, having adequate rainfall and with the mild Gulf Stream less than a mile away, lies Cornwall’s atmospheric rain-forest. Towering conifers from the early Victorian Plant Hunters combined with botanically important recent planting has encouraged over 150 trees to reach champion status in the UK.
This family run non commercial setting is a delight on open days, or any time by appointment. In airy contrast the old grain mill, walled garden, and magnificent glasshouse range is a wonderful space just to relax and unwind.
Is there parking?
Yes plenty of free parking for cars and coaches.
Are dogs allowed?
Dogs are welcome to exercise in the main parkland area on leads. Afraid that dogs aren’t allowed in the main garden areas though. Shady parking areas.
Is accommodation available?
Yes there are five self catering cottages within the grounds. Visitors have free access to the garden during open hours. Please see www.tregrehan.org for details.
Is the garden suitable for wheelchairs?
Half of the garden has a graded path network and on reasonably level ground. Please ask at the garden entrance for a suitable garden route. Disabled loos on site.