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Enys Gardens, Penryn

Categories: Gardens, Nature & Parks
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3.2/5 based on 65 reviews on the web
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  • Having visited in August I was surprised by the number of good reviews on tripadvisor. It saddens me not to be able to agree with the majority of reviewers because it was obvious when we visited (and ...  read more »
  • Enys garden is a garden of old and the 5 much care and energy, thus he needs £ admission is really worth. At the moment, everything is still very haunting to run down, is also very much site and according to construction noise - what we found very annoying. It you should clearly indicate in each case at the entrance, reduce entry, or let the construction work for a few hours. I give three stars because of the absolutely fantastic Creamteas, which we took! The scones with clotted cream and jam were really awesome, even the tea! Best Creamtea we had in Cornwall! It has reconciled us half-way.
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  • Despite some rain on saturday, we had an amazing weekend at Enys Gardens during the Food Jam of 2016. Lovely street food from different trucks and stalls. The cooking demonstration with Cornishwildfoo...  read more »
  • Enys Gardens are the oldest gardens in Cornwall and are becoming more and more popular with visitors year on year. The Estate remains completely unspoiled or commercialised over the past 60 years, and is renowned for both it's annual Bluebells, and for being a real life time capsule. Well worth a visit, and with tickets ranging from £2 to just £5 you can afford to bring the whole family!
  • Beautiful bluebell woods.
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