Book any 3 nights to include a Tuesday night, and pay for only 2!
Devon is beautiful in the spring, bountiful daffodils, snow drops
and blue bells cover woodland walks and hedgerows, a wonderful time to treat yourselves to a short break.
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(offer does not include bank holidays, Easter week, retreats or workshops, offer open until 30th April 2019).
Some Stunning Spring Scenic Spots…….
Rosemoor is a huge garden surrounded by woodland, an idyllic expanse of 65 acres that has something to see in every season, but is particularly impressive in spring, tipped as one of the most beautiful gardens in north Cornwall. With a fruit and vegetable garden, a stone garden, and cottage garden, RHS Rosemoor is a lovely setting in which to enjoy the new growth and blooming flowers. On Tuesday 20 March the garden is hosting an open day, inviting members and non-members to the gardens for free, with golden daffodils carpeting the floor. Rosemoor’s Garden Kitchen has also won best garden centre restaurant in Wales and the south west for the fourth year in a row, and much of the produce featured on the menu is grown in the garden, so stop for a bite to eat. Rosemoor is a 30 minute drive from Hay Meadow Farm, near Great Torrington.
Clovelly Court Gardens
In a sunny, sheltered part of the north Devon coastline, Clovelly Court Gardens are usually a month ahead of the rest of the country in terms of seasons, with exotic plants thriving in the walled gardens, safe from the harsh coastal winds and salty sea air. Although spring is a particularly good time to visit, there is something to enjoy all year round, with lots of glasshouses providing a warmer environment for plants. The village also boasts some beautiful floral displays, and last year, for the third year in a row, it won a gold award in the South West region of the RHS Britain in Bloom competition, so be sure to have a walk around Clovelly to see the residents’ hard work. Clovelly is 40 minutes’ drive from us.
Lanhydrock in Spring
Pay a visit to Lanhydrock’s famous gardens as they burst back into life this spring. As early as February, the collection of over 140 species of magnolia begin to bloom; there are daffodils and snowdrops lining Lady’s Walk and swathes of bluebells carpet the woodland floor. There is plenty of Easter fun to be had as well, with children’s trails and activities. You’ll find a riot of pink and white magnolia blossom in the garden from early spring. Find out more about the different varieties here and when to see them at their best. Lanhydrock’s Great Wood is a sea of blue this April. Come and enjoy the carpets of sweet-scented bluebells in the peaceful woodland or walk amongst a riot of spring colour in the formal gardens.
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