This is a beautiful garden, really making use of the natural contours of the land. It captures the spirit of Japanese gardens, and is a real delight. We go every year and there's always something new that we notice. Last time we visited there was a family with young children visiting too and the children were having a great time hiding and finding different ways around the garden. We don't feel that the entrance fee is too much - it requires a lot of work to maintain a garden like this. The bonsai trees aren't cheap, but it takes many years to develop this type of plant. It is undoubtedly one of our favourite places to visit in Cornwall.
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