We’ve visited many of the National Trust sites in Cornwall, and I thought I was long overdue for a post sharing them all in a comprehensive list! So here’s a Throwback Thursday look back at some of the places we’ve been!
Here is a list of all the sites that can be found in Cornwall, with links to my posts if I’ve visited. I will update with any more links when I get to them!
I’m so glad we’re getting back to going out once or twice a month again; we’ve visited Trelissick already, and now it’s time for Lanhydrock Gardens. It’s a little more complicated with booking in advance, so a there’s not as much chance to be impulsive.
You can find out more about booking visiting times for the National Trust here.
But with the amazing weather we’re having at the moment; it’s so nice to get out, and enjoy some of our favourite places in the sunshine!
Of course the National Trust houses aren’t open yet; which is understandable, but it’s a rare treat to be able to get out and enjoy Lanhydrock’s beautiful gardens; which, if you’re eagle eyed when it comes to past posts, our visits usually get a bit rainy! (This is purely coincidental! We just have bad luck visiting when it comes to the weather!) The gardens are beautiful, and there is so much to see.
Finally we are able to get out and about again! So we’re heading not too far from home this week, to one of our favourite nearby National Trust sites, Trelissick Gardens.
Now I’m back to work facing the general public again, so, it meant we’ve decided to make the occasional booking for a day out again. At least here, a few places are open, in some capacity, with timed arrivals spots available for booking around a day or two in advance.
Of course this is a difficult time, but we really enjoy our wanders around local National Trust properties and gardens, and have missed them so much over the lockdown, so for our first wander (aside from the local park) we booked to visit Trelissick.
A whole new month has begun, and of course we’ve been busy visiting!
At the end of September, we had to get in a few visits so I will still have monthly content for you as many places close for renovations and refurbishment over the winter months. Also our National Trust membership runs out in January so we wanted to see as much as possible. It’s been AMAZING to explore so many places!
At the beginning of this month, we visited The Lost Gardens of Heligan, as it’s a nice place to have a wander around in nature!
Located just outside of Mevagissey, Heligan’s gardens were once truly lost, and over the last 25 years or so have been uncovered and carefully restored and finished into a great place to visit for all the family!
Since returning from Spain, I haven’t had time for the holiday blues, as it’s safe to say the weather here at home has been wonderful!
We made the most of it this weekend, when we used our National Trust membership and visited Glendurgan Garden for a sunny walk, now that flowers everywhere are blooming and things are far less wintery!