Spring is just around the corner in Cornwall. From mid-February onwards, you can really notice that the days are finally lengthening after the darkness of the winter months. With the increase in light, we begin to feel our spirits lift. The land cracks open and new life springs forth in the form of snowdrops, crocuses and daffodils, bright heralds of the changing season.
Shake off the winter gloom and get outside and discover the magic of spring in Cornwall. These are dozens of gardens to choose from. At Bosinver, we’re lucky to have several, including the Lost Gardens of Heligan, right on our doorstep.
Early spring events in Cornwall
Snowdrop Sundays at Pencarrow – 11 & 18 February 2018
The Pencarrow estate, near Bodmin is one of the best places in Cornwall to see a spectacular display of snowdrops. On Pencarrow Snowdrop Sundays, the gardens will be open from 10am – 4pm, Entry is by donation, with the proceeds going to charity. Dogs are welcome, and The Peacock Cafe will be open for refreshments.
Daffodils at Trelissick – Saturday 17 & Sunday 18 March 2018
Daffodils at Trelissick is an annual event which celebrates one of the nation’s favourite flowers, as well as Cornwall’s flower growing industry. You’ll see a host of golden daffodils (as well as daffodils in varying shades from white to lemon and orange) grown by champion breeders and growers.
Falmouth Spring Festival – 15 March to 2 April 2018
Falmouth Spring Festival is a celebration of Falmouth’s open spaces, coastline and gardens. There’s a huge variety of events taking place throughout the festival, including guided walks to discover the town and surrounding countryside, rock pooling sessions, fun family games and activities, live music and a flower show.
Enjoy spring in Cornwall
Fancy exploring Cornwall this spring? We’ve got a range of award-winning cottages which sleep 4-12 people. Whether you’re looking for a weekend escape or a week-long break, we’ve got everything covered. Find out more about our cottages and check availability.
How will you celebrate the start of spring this year? Leave a message below, post on our Facebook page, or tweet @Bosinver – we’d love to hear your thoughts.