Garden

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Picturesque garden

Retreat from the busy high street © Sandy Chadwick

Retreat from the busy high street

A peaceful cottage garden

The garden at the Old Post Office provides a welcome haven from the busy high street. Throughout the seasons there is always something to delight the eye. Come and be inspired to plant something new in your own garden.

Unfortunately we cannot allow any animals other than guide dogs into the house or garden.

Fun and games

  • Challenge someone to a game in Tintagel Old Post Office garden , Cornwall © Natalie Savage

    Noughts and crosses

    Giant games to be played and enjoyed by visitors of all ages.

  • Challenge someone to a game in Tintagel Old Post Office garden , Cornwall © Natalie Savage

    Dressing up

    Come and dress up in our replica costumes. There are male and female clothes from the Victorian e...

  • retreat from the bustling high street © Natalie Savage

    Picnics

    Why not grab your lunch and enjoy it in the garden? The lawn is a real sun trap and pleasant retr...

Something for all seasons

  • See snowdrops and daffodils in early March
  • Bluebells and tulips provide height and colour in April and May
  • A haze of mauve geraniums gives interest in June
  • The changing autumn colours can be seen in the numerous trees

Meet the gardener

Sandy our talented gardener is here with her volunteer helper most Mondays throughout the season. Always willing to chat, you can ask her anything and take home tips and cuttings for your own garden.

Your chance to own a piece of the garden

Take an Old Post Office plant home with you

Take an Old Post Office plant home with you

Visit us between April and September 2014 for a chance to buy plants and flowers from us. All proceeds go towards the Old Post Office garden so please explore the quaint, cottage garden, discover a plant in full bloom and take it home to enjoy in your own special piece of land. Plants and flowers vary depending on the time of year.

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