Gardens in St Ives
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Gardens in St Ives
Things to do in St Ives
If you are looking to relax during your time here in St Ives, there are many opportunities available. Perhaps the best way to do this is to go one of the many different gardens that St Ives has to offer you.
You can explore and walk or sit and reflect in the surrounding beauty. You will be able to experience all of the smells and sounds that the gardens have to offer.
Due to the array of the gardens that are in St Ives there will be one to suit you and every member of your group. Thanks to the weather down here, many of the gardens display some beautiful sub-tropical plants. These are plants that you cannot see outside anywhere else in the UK.
This is ideal for anyone that is interested in plants and flowers. You can draw some inspiration from plants that may be a little different to any you can find where you are from. The gardens are certainly worth exploring.
Hotel in St Ives and Cornwall
The Regent is a friendly hotel in St Ives. We are perfectly located for visiting the many local attractions in Cornwall including the many Gardens in St Ives.
In total there are 5 gardens in the St Ives area, here is a run-down of all 5 and what to expect when you go and explore there.
Trewyn Gardens are in the centre of St Ives. So it is a great place to go if you are wanting to walk and explore. It's shrubs and flower are placed well throughout the garden.
The Malakoff has raised beds and a boat filled with flowers. The contrast of the man-made boat with the beautiful nature makes these gardens a great place to explore while you are here.
Memorial Gardens are full of beautiful shrubs and summer bedding. The gardens and the war memorial compliment each other perfectly. They are always worth an hour or more of exploring while you are here.
Chy-an-Gweal gardens are in Carbis Bay. They offer you trees, shrubs and flowerbeds. The gardens have an amazing view towards Godrevy and the north coast. It is a great place to sit and reflect.
Tregenna Castle Hotel has gardens full of wooded areas, waterfalls and streams. There are also some beautiful sub-tropical shrubs that are great to draw inspiration from.