I visit this garden once a year purely for the bluebells.
Enys Garden belongs to a very old house which has been here for hundreds of years, part of the Enys Estate. It's a secret garden which not many people know about, even the locals are often not aware of it's existence.
Situated on the lanes between Penryn and and the village of Mylor it's easy to miss.
They open their doors every spring and the bluebells here are probably some of the best you will find anywhere in the country, there are millions of them carpeting the meadow and the woods around the property. It really is a sight which will make your jaw drop with sheer appreciation. It's a spectacularly beautiful sight to behold. Do bring the camera.
There is also a wonderful quirky little cafe area too for tea and coffee in the cobbled courtyard / kitchen garden, it's like stepping back in time. An altogether wonderful way to while away a few hours drinking in the sheer peace and quiet at this simply beautiful location,
Many fine specimens of trees are in the grounds too. The gardens proper are also certainly worth a meander around.
Enys Estate is very uncommercialised which just adds to the charm of the place.
Young children and their grandparents will adore it here in April when the bluebells are absolutely carpeting the landscape - it's a magical garden and grounds, lovely, lovely, lovely. What more can I say?
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