"Wonderful garden and thank you for being so dog-friendly!" A. Taylor
Trebah Garden, Mawnan Smith, Nr Falmouth, Cornwall TR11 5JZ
Telephone: 01326 252200
Take the A30 through Cornwall. Journey time from London is around five-and-a-half hours.
Take the A39 to Falmouth as far as junction with A394 at Treliever Cross Roundabout, and then follow brown and white tourism signs to Trebah Garden.
Take the A394 to Falmouth as far as junction with A39 at Treliever Cross Roundabout. Turn right and follow brown and white tourism signs to Trebah Garden.
If you are using a Satnav, we recommend you do not go off into the countryside, some roads are difficult to navigate and not signposted. Stick to the main roads and specified routes, especially when travelling from Helston/West and The Lizard.
Trains depart from London Paddington and arrive in Truro in four-and-a-half hours. The sleeper service leaves at 11.45pm and arrives at 7am. Hire cars through Hertz are available from rental offices at Newquay airport and Truro railway station - 08708 448844 or www.hertz.co.uk
The nearest train stations are Falmouth Town and Truro.
Travel by bus and you are entitled to HALF PRICE ENTRY to the garden on presentation of your bus ticket. We advise you to inform the bus driver that you wish to be collected from the Trebah stop at the end of your visit. For full details of bus times on this service, call Travelline for bus timetable enquiries on: 0871 200 22 33 or visit: www.firstgroup.com As we are in a rural area the bus times vary greatly throughout the year and are only frequent in the main tourist season. So it is always advisable to check with the provider for up to date information.
There is a bicycle rack for cyclists next to the tennis court. If there is a large party of cyclists visiting the garden, we advise you to telephone us in advance so that we can make suitable arrangements for your bicycles to be safely stored during your visit. Cyclists receive £1 off their entry to the garden, please ask at the Entrance Desk in The Vistor Centre.