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Guiseppe's, The Square, Mawnan Smith
Shipwrights Arms, Helford Red Lion, Mawnan Smith Ferry Boat Inn, Helford Passage
Trebah is a uniquely beautiful, 26 acre Cornish Ravine garden - the wild and magical result of 175 years of inspired and dedicated creation. A steeply wooded ravine descends 200 feet down to a private secluded beach on the historic Helford River.
A stream cascades over waterfalls and meanders through ponds of giant Koi Carp and exotic water plants before winding through two acres of blue and white hydrangeas and spilling onto the beach.Glades of sub-tropical ferns and palms mingle with a forest of trees and shrubs in ever-changing colour and scents, contained beneath a canopy of century-old rhododendrons and magnolias.
Trebah was first planted in the 1840's by Charles Fox, a Quaker landowner and inspired gardener. The rarest and most exotic trees and plants were imported from all over the world to create this lovely garden, and Fox ensured that every last sapling was painstakingly placed for maximum effect - even though he knew he would not live to see the garden in its mature splendour. Future owners continued Fox's work until the Second World War, when the house was sold, the estate split up, and the garden lay neglected for the next forty years.
Then in 1980, Trebah was bought by the Hibbert family, who began a massive programme to restore the gardens to their Victorian heyday. Trebah opened to the public in 1987 and three years later the family donated the house and the gardens to the Trebah Garden Trust, a registered charity, to ensure that the garden is preserved for the pleasure of all generations.