Autumn welly adventures
With lots of winding wooded paths, cosy corners and wide open spaces, there are plenty of places to have welly adventures this autumn at Trengwainton.
A big space to run
The Terrace is a big, grassy area with sea views that makes a great spot for running races, spotting ships out at sea or having a picnic in one of the summer houses.
Hide and seek
The stands of giant tree ferns can give hide and seek adventures a real Jurassic feel to them as young explorers stand underneath their huge fronds.
Fairy tale corner
Half-way up Trengwainton’s drive there’s a grassy meadow area that’s dotted with trees and is a good place to try and catch falling leaves.
Towards the back of the meadow there’s a summer house where you can sit inside and dream up tales of gingerbread houses, fairies and elves.
Be a plant hunter
Join in the footsteps of the great plant-hunting explorers by grabbing a spotter sheet at the reception and seeing how many of the plants you can find.
For our smallest explorers, we’ve Tiddler’s Trail sheets to help them on their quest.
While you’re at Trengwainton, there’s still opportunities to tick off some of your 50 things to do before you’re 11¾. You can try bird watching, discover what’s in a pond, make a grass trumpet or catch a falling leaf.
Hungry after all that adventure?
The tea-room is set within its own walled garden so there’s space to play outside, plus there’s a children’s menu, children’s picnic boxes and high chairs.