Caerhays Gardens was originally planted out in the early 1900s with mainly rhododendrons. Since then other plants have been introduced such as magnolias and camellias. This peaceful, tranquil garden covers approx. 100 acres and is at its best in March and April. Curving paths lead in different directions and as you climb the planting becomes more open with a few mature trees giving shelter.
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Information on Caerhays Castle Gardens , Gorran , St Austell
|Opening Times:||Now closed until Feb 18 2013|
|Admission:||Gardens only: Adult £7.50, Child Under 16 £3.00, Under 5s Free, Senior £5.00. Group rates available.|
|Dog Friendly:||Dogs Permitted (Dogs on Leads)|
|Location:||Follow signposts for Caerhays.|
Coaches Welcome, Guided Tours, Limited Disabled Access, Parking Availability, Plants for Sale, Tea Room
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