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Best Bluebell walks in Cornwall

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Spring is in the air and what better way to enjoy the sights and smells of this new season than a walk amongst the Bluebells.
There is something very special about the sight of a field or meadow awash with the colour blue.
Here are a few of the best bluebell walks in Cornwall.

Ten Acre Wood In Polmoria

A semi ancient woodland that has been lovingly restored to all its glory offers a perfect family day out. Walk along the Polmoria River and see some of the best bluebells around.

Ends Gardens in Penryn.

In April and May the gardens open every Tuesday and Thursday 2-5pm and every First Sunday of the Month. You won’t be disappointed when you see the magnificent carpet of blue that covers part of these fab gardens.

Trewithen Near Truro

These gardens open 1st March till 30th June, the bluebell season! Soak up the spring sunshine as you enjoy the fantastic flora and fauna that this garden has to offer.


Not only a fantastic house to explore that gives you a glimpse into days gone by,but you can stroll through some truly breathtaking woodlands and gardens.
Marval at the carpet of bluebells, taking time to to gaze at the camellia blossom and finish the day with a Cornish cream tea in the Estates cafe.

Antony Woodland and Garden Torpoint.

This is one of the best kept secrets Cornwall has to offer. The Antony Gardens are one of the most tranquil and peaceful places to visit. The Gardens cover around 60 acres and is truly a wonderful place to visit the best bluebell walks in Cornwall.

So take a picnic, a flask of coffee and head out on an adventure to find some of Springtime’s best display of colour the season has to offer. Perfect!

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