Lower Penbothidnow is an undulating garden, which includes an interesting series of ‘rooms’ with clipped hedges in a walled garden, a wildflower meadow, a woodland walk and terraces below the house.
There is also a tree fern ‘pit’, numerous seating areas, mature trees, shrubs interspersed with sculptures and herbaceous planting.
Developed over two decades by artist, Louise and architect, Matt, who is also a cob specialist, the garden at Caervallack features cob-constructed walls and garden buildings as well as ‘rooms’ with unusual plant combinations.
With lots of low clipped hedges around beds planted by Louise who is an herbaceous fanatic, a wildflower meadow, a woodland walk, a cob-walled garden, a wisteria walk and a bridge over to a wilderness garden, there is much to enjoy in this tranquil setting.
The booking form will be available on our website in February 2024 or in hard copy upon request from Ian Buckingham.