Cornwall is not only home to far stretching dramatic coastline and countryside, but also historic gardens. Across this ancient land are a number of gardens rooted in history which are currently full of fascinating plants showing off great colour in the autumn, a perfect time for a wander about to explore.
Glendurgan comes to life with colour in the autumn months. With sea views and winding paths down to the beach, it's an ideal autumn garden.
A garden for all seasons, there's something blooming at Lanhydrock at all times of the year. What plants make winter special here?
The garden and orchard at Cotehele make for an ideal autumn back drop for a day-time stroll. Don't forget to pop into the Barn Restaurant for a warming cup of tea or bowl of soup.
Relax in the beautiful gardens at Antony, at their best in spring and autumn.
Here in the far west of Cornwall, the warm, sunny days often stretch into September and October. When going for an autumn walk, what can you expect to see in the garden?
As summer turns to autumn there's a bounty to be discovered in the orchard. Here are its finest apples.
Discovering walking routes in the winter is one of the best things about the season. Here are the top walks to enjoy in Cornwall that also have a cosy café.
Whether you’re looking for colourful woodland strolls, walks with wildlife displays, challenging hikes or peaceful ambles, our holiday cottages are great for an autumn walking break.
Many of the places cared for by the National Trust are dog friendly, find a perfect walk for you and your four legged friend.