Penjerrick Garden

Penjerrick is a beautiful 200 year old 15-acre spring-flowering sub-tropical woodland garden with fine views of the sea. Rhododendrons, camellias, magnolias, azaleas, tree ferns and bamboos. Home of the Penjerrick and Barclayi hybrid rhododendrons. Luxuriant valley garden can be reached by a wooden bridge.

Directions

Penjerrick Garden is situated about three miles south-west of Falmouth. Coming from the A39, initially follow the signs for Trebah and Glendurgan Gardens and, after three miles off the A39, you cannot not miss the signs for Penjerrick. Please feel free to park on the grass verge along the drive.

Facilities

  • Dogs are welcome on leads
  • There are no cafe and also no toilets (a hotel with a restaurant is situated opposite the main gate)
  • Unfortunately the garden is not suitable for wheelchairs, pushchairs and the disabled
  • Gumboots or other suitable footwear are advised as the paths may be slippery, particularly after some wet days

Opening Times / Admission

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Details

Address: Penjerrick Garden, Budock, Falmouth, Cornwall, TR11 5ED
Telephone: 01872 870105

Additional Information

For further information please visit our main website
www.penjerrickgarden.co.uk