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Cornwall in Bloom

Whatever the time of year, Cornwall’s glorious gardens are always worth a visit. 

Over the years, it has become increasingly apparent that many people do not realise quite how early spring arrives in Cornwall, compared to the rest of England. Whilst there are lovely gardens to explore in Cornwall throughout the year, the very best time to visit these iconic gems, is when Cornish Magnolias are in full bloom during the early part of the season.

We are delighted to be able to offer a special two-night break, which incorporates a taste of St Mawes with dinner at The St Mawes Hotel and our sister property The Idle Rocks. Experience some of Cornwall’s most spectacular gardens, as the weather warms up and the gardens begin to stir from their wintery slumber.

You can enjoy a two-night break during February, March and April (excluding Valentines and Easter holidays).

Stay with us at The St Mawes Hotel for two nights from £255.80 per person based on two guests sharing a Village room and your break will include:

  • Two nights’ accommodation in a room of your choice
  • 3 course dinner and a glass of Trevibban Mill organic sparkling wine, at The Idle Rocks’ award winning restaurant on one night
  • 3 course dinner at The St Mawes Hotel on the other, with a complimentary pre-dinner cocktail.
  • Breakfast each morning

Your stay includes two complimentary tickets to either: The Lost Gardens of Heligan near Mevagissey, Trebah Garden near Falmouth, or Caerhays Gardens near Gorran, (subject to availability)

*Please ask our concierge Sid for details about bespoke tours of The Lost Gardens of Heligan and Caerhays Castle & Grounds 

To make your reservation and to be part of this magnificent natural spectacle, please call our team on 01326 270270 or email stay@idlerocks.com

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