Wednesday, 28 January 2009

Woodland Walk

The Woodland Walk has been brought back to life thanks to a lot of hard work by the Gardening team here at Tregenna. The Woodland Walk takes you through our 72 acre grounds. On the way you can see woodpeckers, rabbits, foxes, squirrels and badgers. The Estate is truly blessed with an abundance of wildlife.
The walk was originally created in the 1920s and has been painstakingly brought back to life by our dedicated grounds team. Cross the woodland valley by bridge and stroll down to St Ives past the waterfall with its stream side planting cascading down to the well where it disappears and makes its way to the stunning Porthminster Beach. You will see many interesting species of tree and plants on your way with colourful rhododendrons in abundance.
The grounds are open to visitors so if you want to take the walk just pop up to the Castle, maybe you'll fancy a cup of tea and a sandwich after and we have some of the best in St Ives - come and see for yourself.

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