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We are lucky in Cornwall that the beautiful but humble snowdrop appears earlier and in more abundance than in most parts of the UK.  At Treworgey Linda has taken time over the years to help the snowdrops found in the woodlands to spread to the banks around and about the cottages and lane.  As a result, Treworgey is a great first stop if you're looking to see the snowdrops in Cornwall this February!  Below are our suggestions for the best places in the area to see more. 

If you fancy a short break (or longer!) to see the Cornish snowdrops and walk in some beautiful places, have a look at our availability.  If we don't have a cottage the right size for you available, please get in touch as we can sometimes offer a free upgrade in certain circumstances! 

We also have some special offers available in February which you can see here: 

Snowdrops in Cornwall

Pencarrow house(40 mins. Not usually open to the public) will open its gardens for a ‘snowdrop weekend’ on 5th and 6th February.


Lanhydrock (30 mins).  Lots of snowdrops if  you walk through the beautiful woodlands.  We recommended parking at the carpark near Respryn Bridge and walking up to the house through the woods.


Holidays in Cornwall near National Trust gardens

Trelissick (1 hr) is always a lovely garden to visit.  As well as snowdrops you’ll find huge camelias in flower now.


Holidays in Cornwall near National Trust gardens

The Garden House (46 mins ) – Have a snowdrop festival in progress and are doing specialist snowdrop talks in February. 


Saltram House (40 mins) Loads of snowdrops both in beds and in the woodland areas.  You'll also find some lovely camellias flowering.



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