Bangors Organic is an award winning B&B, restaurant and regular organic farmers market in North Cornwall.Owners, Gill and Neil Faiers welcome you to their home and garden to explore their world. It is set on a five acre horticultural holding and is one of three soil association certified B&B’s in the UK. Bagnors Organic is proud of its eco credentials – as well as being soil association certified, if you arrive by electric car there is a free hook up on the drive. Enjoy good food made with the freshest and best of produce in the restaurant and enjoy your stay in a spacious ensuite room.
Bodmin Plant and Herb Nursery in Cornwall specialises in herbs and herbaceous perennials. With hundreds of varieties of herbs and a few thousand flowering perennials, be prepared to lose yourself in a sea of blazing colour & scent. The Nursery is open to the public every day.
Set in a bend of the tranquil Helford River is the award-winning Budock Vean Hotel. It has 65 acres of glorious gardens, woodlands and its own golf course. The Budock Vean is a sanctuary for rest and relaxation.
Heartlands is a new FREE visitor attraction and World Heritage Site Gateway in Cornwall. Nestled just off the A30 in Pool, near Redruth in the former mining heart of Cornwall, there are 19 acres of eclectic fun to explore. State-of-the-art exhibitions, climb-on sculptures, gardens of epic diversity, a giant adventure playscape for kids, art and >> read more
Kestle Barton is an ancient Cornish farmstead situated above the Helford River. Over the last five years we have carefully restored the farmhouse and converted the barns into a gallery and holiday cottages. The core purpose of the project is to provide a centre for the arts in this beautiful rural setting, finding a new >> read more
Penlee House, Penzance, is the only Cornish public gallery specialising in the Newlyn School artists (c.1880 – c.1940) including Stanhope and Elizabeth Forbes, Frank Bramley, Walter Langley and Laura Knight. Set in an elegant Victorian house and park, Penlee House also covers West Cornwall’s archaeology and social history, and offers an excellent café and shop. As well as >> read more
Port Eliot house and gardens has the rare distinction of being a Grade 1 listed house with a Grade 1 listed park and garden. Like most houses, Port Eliot has a front door and about there the similarity ends. There are 11 staircases, 15 back doors and 82 chimneys. The roof covers half an acre >> read more
Churchtown Farm is a small family farm based on the stunning Isles of Scilly, 28 miles west of Land’s End off the Cornish coast. From our award winning farm the Julian family run a home delivery service, which sends gorgeous, scented island flowers direct from Scilly to any doorstep in the UK. The farm is >> read more
The Lost Gardens of Heligan, near Mevagissey, are one of the most popular botanical gardens in the UK. The gardens were created by members of the Cornish Tremayne family, over a period from the mid-18th century up to the beginning of the 20th century, and still form part of the family’s Heligan estate. The gardens >> read more