Easter loveliness at Lanhydrock
One of our visitors enjoyed a super day out at nearby Lanhydrock, a National Trust estate on the outskirts of Bodmin.
There are miles of stunning walks through fields, woodland and formal gardens around the grounds of this lovely house, with its display of huge topiary yew trees dominating the formal gardens, whilst behind, the blossoms and magnolia flowers add a stunning splash of colour.
You can spend the best part of a day looking around the gardens and estate, and when you’re all walked out there is a great café just down from the main car park which sells lovely fresh coffees, quality local fruit juices, baguettes, hot meals, jacket potatoes, and delicious cakes. Our guests recommend the soup!
These pictures were taken a week ago, and we have been reliably informed that the Camelias and Magnolias are still just as stunning, although the daffodils have now finished. Our guest was keen for us to say that they wished they could have stayed another week to see the bluebells which were just beginning to raise their nodding heads in the woodland. They believe it will be an absolute picture, so if you do go along over the Easter break, please do let us have some pictures to share with our guests.
If you are interested in staying at Tregolls Farm Cottages in April 2018, so you can visit Lanhydrock in the Spring, please contact Marilyn or book online today.