Trevella Garden

There are idyllic 14 acres of gardens, bluebell wood, herbaceous borders and paddocks for you to enjoy, with extensive unspoilt views over the neighbouring countryside.  Like many Cornish gardens it is spectacular in April and May with many mature magnolias and rhododendrons.  Spring woodland planting and herbaceous and mixed borders provide a delightful backdrop through the summer months.  Tree ferns grace the driveway before the view opens out over the front lawns and across the ha-ha to distant woodland. A cobbled granite courtyard with its well and granite troughs makes a tranquil spot to enjoy the evening sun.

The wildlife around Trevella is particularly varied as there has been a wildlife sanctuary here for over 50 years.  There is an abundance of birds from tiny wrens, to the woodland noises of owls and woodpeckers.  More unusual guests include hares, peacocks and stoats to name just a few!

Reviews & Comments

Guests are welcome to explore the gardens and woodlands around Trevella.

Visit in Spring to enjoy the gardens in full bloom.

The gardens at Trevella are a lovely setting for an afternoon tea party.