The traditional farmhouse with its stunning views over the Malpas Passage, and down the river to Kea, make the south-facing hillside gardens at Little Park Farm, St. Clements, Maples something very special.
Visitors and residents can see for themselves when Little Park Farm opens in aid of Cornwall Wildlife Trust on Sunday 2nd June from 2.00pm to 5.00pm as part of their Open Gardens scheme. Entry is £5 per adult with under 16s free. Sorry, no dogs at this one. Cream teas and beverages will be provided by Rodd as, Ferryman’s and Cornish Coffee, and as with all gardens opening for the Trust this year, there will be a plant stall.
The house replicates a traditional 18th-century Cornish farmhouse, and semi-formal gardens sweep around the front and south sides of the building while a large conservatory opens onto a spacious stone flagged terrace from where the views, and the refreshments, can be enjoyed.