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Antony Woodland Garden is one of Cornwall's best kept secrets, with 100 acres of gardens running along the edge of the Lynher Estuary. The garden is home to one of the UK's best collection of camellias and is recognised as An International Camellia...more
Very beautiful gardens behind Anthony House as is the norm with all stately homes. A five minute walk from there is the new Woodlands tea rooms, I believe only opened last week.
Really wonderful staff. Bottled ginger beer and scone with jam was around £4...More
My wife and I spent an hour strolling through the Woodland Garden after visiting Antony. It is a lovely spot at any time with some terrific views when walking along the river but if you have a choice then I would suggest Spring when the...More
Forget visiting the house, this is the real gem. In April with the camelias and rhododendrons in bloom and a carpet of bluebells in every clearing this is a very pleasant place to spend an afternoon. The views across the estuary from the hillside are...More
I have previously visited in Spring and summer so it was a pleasure to come back now Autumn is taking hold but it's a shame the Woodland Gardens and Antony are now closed until next Spring. The Green walk is just right for little legs...More
With the purpose of visiting Antony House (NT property) we arrived too early as the house did not open until 1.00pm. So we decided to take in the Woodland Garden walk as it was adjacent to Antony House and grounds. It was a crisp bright...More
In the late 18th Century the renowned landscape Architect Humphrey Repton was involved in designing the landscape for the park surrounding Antony house. He was also involved in the landscaping at nearby Port Eliot , Catch french Manor and Pentillee Castle.
The woodland garden has...More
Adjacent to the NT Anthony House and gardens, which is well worth the visit. Peaceful woodland walk with great view of the Lynher valley and estuary. Terns and Grebes on the water, plus a great selection of trees and shrubs to see. NT members free...More
This garden / walk is a gem. It forms the lower part of the Antony House grounds. There are well laid paths throughout the gardens and exquisite views across the Lynher, which is one of Cornwall's under-rated rivers. At Easter time there is an abundance...More