Due to its sub-tropical climate Cornwall has some of the best and most famous gardens in the world
Cornwall has a mild sub-tropical climate due to its geographical location on the edge of the Gulf Stream. The great plant hunters of the previous centuries realised this significant factor and as a result Cornish gardens are today considered some of the most famous in the world. The Nare, being on the south coast, is conveniently located for many of these beautiful gardens and our spring garden breaks are designed to enable you to see these gardens at their best.
February and March are the best time to see amazing displays of Camellias and Magnolias, April and May brings spring bulbs, Rhododendrons and Azaleas whilst June and July sees spectacular displays of Hydrangeas, Agapanthus and summer planting. Follow Cornwall Spring Story - the moment Cornish Magnolias flower spring has arrived in England - occurring in Cornwall before the rest of the UK.
Stay on a four night garden break and receive entry into your choice of three gardens from our selection, included in your stay. Our popular spring garden breaks run from January to April inclusive, excluding Christmas, New Year and Easter. Four night garden breaks start from £1,320 per room for a Country View room, based on a four night stay. This includes dinner, full English breakfast, afternoon Cornish cream tea, and VAT based on a couple sharing. Sea view and single rooms are also available.
In addition to the general access of gardens open to the public, The Nare is able to arrange private guided tours to some of Cornwall's most spectacular privately-owned botanical gardens, such as Tregothnan, Caerhays and Trewithen. Please enquire about these bespoke arrangements.
The moment Cornish Magnolias flower, spring has arrived in England, before the rest of Britain
Spring arrives first in Cornwall, declared on 26th February 2018. See the spring bloomometer
Cornwall boasts a large number of world-famous gardens, many of which lie close to the hotel