The Woodland Gardens at Boconnoc are open for charity on Sunday 30th April and the first three Sundays in May and group visits for 20 people or more to the House and Garden can be arranged throughout the year.

In May this true Cornish Garden can be seen in all its glory. Life is bursting forth with azaleas, camelias and rhododendrons in flower. Many are still in place from the original planting 400 years ago. The picturesque park and woods at Boconnoc have many ancient trees. There is now an extensive replanting scheme underway for future generations to enjoy. For an afternoon walk round the lake, to sit peacefully in one of the gardens or to learn about the history of Boconnoc House this is an ideal visit to get away from it all.

Gates open from 2 – 5pm.

For guided historical tours of the house and grounds click here.

Group visits can be arranged and can include:

  • Lunch, coffee & cream tea in the Soane Room
  • History lecture and tour of the house and church
  • Walks around the gardens

To make a booking call the Estate Office on 01208 872 507 or email