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Discover Antony Woodland Garden’s Autumn Splendour. Visitors often ask us about the plethora of trees, shrubs and plants that come together in splendid harmony to create Antony Woodland Garden, woodland trails and parkland. To celebrate the most colourful season of the year, Estate Manager Ian Rideout will be leading Discover Antony Woodland Garden’s Autumn Splendour guided walks. Ian will show you the most splendid vistas that the landscape has to offer and highlight the many specimen plants and trees, whilst…Find out more »
With Christmas fast approaching, why not visit our Christmas Craft & Gift Fayre at Broomhill Cottage Vintage Tea-Rooms. Antony Woodland Garden will be open so you could enjoy a lovely walk, followed by some festive shopping. Then, relax and enjoy a steaming cuppa and some home-made cake. Before you go, choose your dream Christmas tree, load it onto the roof of the car... and don't forget to say Hi to Santa!Find out more »
Due to popular demand, we are running a second 'Garden Preview & Cream Tea Tour' on Thursday 21st February @ 1pm.
The Camellias are now looking absolutely stunning and not to be missed!
Broomhill Cottage Vintage Tea-Room Easter Fayre Invites you to join us at our Easter Sunday fun at Country Crafts Easter Extravaganza! Hop along and enjoy quality tea, coffee and delicious homemade scones and cakes! Put a spring in your step and browse through the array of creative, local craft stalls. There are over twenty to choose from. Mother's Ruin 1751 will be there serving up Cornish Gin, Gin Flights and accessories. Why not double up with a stroll in…Find out more »
Join us for a Guided Evening Walk then Tea & Cake at Broomhill Cottage Tea-Rooms & Gift Shop Thursday 16th May at 6.30pm We will be running a number of guided garden walks at sundown over the coming months. Before the evening chill sets in and the cool late afternoon breeze prickles goose-bumps on sun warmed skin, join us for a magical guided walk as the sun drops low over the still waters of the Lynher estuary. This is a…Find out more »