Trengwainton Garden

National Trust

Experience Trengwainton Garden as it springs back to life after winter. Mid-February and March can be wonderful months to visit, as this is when the garden reopens, and the camellias and magnolias may already be in bloom. With 25 acres to explore, plus areas dedicated to quiet contemplation, it’s an inspiring place to say hello to spring. Find out more here.

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Eco Top Tip

See if you can find your holiday read in the second-hand bookshop.

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