The extensive grounds of Tredidon House, which include numerous mature trees, surround this Georgian-fronted property within the setting of an ancient farm, complete with stone granaries and outbuildings.
The quarter-acre walled kitchen garden, which has been created in the past ten years, includes herbaceous planting, fruit and vegetable areas, as well as ample seating. A lovely lakeside walk extends through the woodland beyond. There are plans to create an orchard of Cornish fruit from Tamar Valley varieties and an arboretum in fields near the house.
In contrast, Anvil Cottage, is a plant collector’s garden, which includes a variety of rare and unusual plants arranged in tropical, jungle and other themed areas with views towards Bodmin Moor. The adjoining garden, Windmills, contains a vegetable plot, a woodland garden and an array of flowering plants, and offers direct access to the historic St Sampson’s church.
The booking form will be published in the Members’ area of this website and be available in hard copy upon request in June 2023.