Adult entrance £8.50. Cafe costs typical of such places (just a little above average, but good choice and quality, locally-resourced). Disabled, children and dog-owners well catered for - unusually - so family groups can enjoy an outing together. The garden paths were wet and muddy in places when we visited, easy to cope with if you wear sensible outdoor shoes.
The valley of plants (hydrangeas and bamboos particularly) were both beautiful and interesting with small waterfalls, ponds and bridges zig zagging down to a small shingle beach with a splendid peaceful panorama of the Helford estuary.
Pleasant way to spend half a day!
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