Sennen, Penzance TR19 7AH.
For walkers, Trevilley lies on footpath from Trevescan to Polgigga & Nanjizal. For drivers, Trevilley lies up a signed unmade track just outside Trevescan. If you get to the white house, confusingly called Trevilley Farmhouse, you need to reverse!
Visits by arrangement June & July for groups of 6 to 30. Adm £6, children free. Dogs are welcome on leads.
Eccentric, romantic and constantly evolving garden, as befits the intense creativity of its owners, carved out of an expanse of concrete farmyard over 20 years. Includes elaborate network of decorative cobbling, pools, container garden, vegetable garden, shade garden, the largely subtropical mowhay garden and both owners’ studios but arguably its glory is the westernmost walled rose garden in England. Dogs are welcome on leads and there’s direct access to fields where they and any children can let off steam. The garden visit can form the climax of enjoying the circular coast path walk from Land’s End to Nanjizal and back across the fields. The rose garden is accessible by wheelchair though much of its surface is uneven due to decorative cobbling. Beyond that lie narrow paths and steps.
PLEASE DO NOT ATTEMPT TO VISIT WITHOUT CONTACTING US WELL IN ADVANCE TO BOOK YOURSELF IN! To book e mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01736 871808 from May 1st onwards. There is a minimum group size of 6. Since the money goes entirely to charity you are welcome to come with a smaller group than that but for a minimum entry fee of £36.