The Garden is located in a valley that descends to the beach.
Footpaths vary in width but most are about 1m (3 feet) wide.
Garden Viewing Area
Free access is given to a viewing area of the valley for those unable to use the pathways.
This vista showcases the shelterbelt trees, rhododendrons, ponds, bridge and Helford river beyond.
Some areas of the garden are in shade from thick vegetation.
Our beach is accessible by a motorised wheelchair or pushchair but please note not to drive on the sand but to keep to the concrete.
There are many benches throughout the garden
Pathways within the garden are made of compacted gravel or resin and can be uneven with loose chippings. Sensible walking shoes are recommended.
All paths are signposted in the garden, with maps given to all visitors upon entry to the garden.
There are several areas with tables, including on the beach, as well as patches of grass where visitors can picnic.