Penjerrick Garden has got everything a garden enthusiast needs: plants, plants and more plants, secret corners, winding paths, thriving shrubs, towering trees, lush green. Do not visit Penjerrick, however, if you prefer neatly laid out flower beds or if you are looking for a cup of tea - you will not find either of them here. It is 'just' a garden - and that's all we could wish for.
- The garden is open 1 March - 30 September, Sunday, Wednesday, Friday, 13:30-16:30. Please park cautiously on the drive.
- On 22 April, 13:30 - 16:30, the garden is open for the National Garden Scheme. Admission is £2.50.
- Coach parties (preferably morning visits) are kindly asked to pre-book. It is unfortunately impossible for coaches to park along the drive or turn inside the property. It would be advisable to arrange parking on the car park at the hotel opposite the entrance to the garden. In this case, visitors will have to walk down the drive to reach the entrance to the garden, which is about 150 yards.
- This spring-flowering garden is at its best in April and May but also interesting in summer and autumn. Towards the summer, paths get more and more overgrown.
- 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.
- Please pay the entry fee at the honesty box, Adults: £3, Children age 5-15: £1.50.
- This is the address of the Garden: Mrs Rachel Morin, Penjerrick Garden, Budock, Falmouth, TR11 5ED, Tel:(01872) 870105.
- 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.
- Penjerrick Garden in Google Maps