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Meudon hotel gardens

Falmouth gardens

Marvel at the award-winning subtropical gardens and exotic plants that are found in and around Falmouth.

Tucked away from the busy town and beaches are Falmouth’s peaceful and colourful gardens.

Take some time out at Kimberley Park, Fox Rosehill Gardens and Queen Mary Gardens; all within walking distance of the town centre. The beautiful Trebah and Glendurgan Gardens on the Helford River are a stone’s throw from our hotel. Enys and Penjerrick Gardens, nearby, are just a very short drive from our hotel.

Trebah Gardens

Set on the Helford River, five minutes from Hotel Meudon, Trebah offers stunning subtropical gardens surrounded by beautiful scenery. A must-see garden and perfect for a day's activity.


Spectacular National Trust gardens a mere five minutes from Hotel Meudon. Stroll down through the peaceful, exotic, and playful valley to a sheltered beach at the bottom. The maze is particularly exciting with children!

Queen Mary Gardens

Take some time to stroll through these subtropical gardens on your way to Gyllyngvase Beach.

Fox Rosehill Gardens

These beautiful gardens set in Falmouth town are easily accessible for all to enjoy.

Kimberley Park

Walk and picnic in this lovely park and open space. Watch the children enjoy a fantastic play area designed by local artists.

Gyllyngdune Gardens

Visit the rose garden and secret grotto whilst enjoying a stroll close to the sea.

Enys Gardens

Visit these beautiful and peaceful gardens set in the grounds of Enys House. Enys is particularly spectacular in spring where the show of bluebells in the open meadow of Parc Lye is breathtaking.

Trelissick Gardens

At Trelissick you'll find beautiful gardens and relaxing walks for those well-deserved days out.


Fantastic, wild and untamed subtropical garden set in 15 acres. Well worth a visit.

Tremenheere Sculpure Gardens

In a beautiful, sheltered valley overlooking St Michael’s Mount; the woods, stream and dramatic vistas provide the perfect setting for large-scale exotic and sub-tropical planting at Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens in Cornwall. Interwoven with the planting is an evolving programme of contemporary artwork by internationally renowned artists such as James Turrell, David Nash and Richard Long, who have interacted with the setting to create site-specific permanent work that harmonise with the landscape.


The Lost Gardens offer a full day out. Visit the forest and then see the pineapples grow.

St Michaels Mount

An ancient castle fortress, sloping subtropical gardens, sweeping lawns, and a harbour village. What will you discover first?

The gardens, castle, lawns and village all provide perfect scope for the imagination – shaped and weathered over centuries, this extraordinary place is waiting to be explored.

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Restaurant Meudon

Our food story captures the essence of Hotel Meudon’s heritage and location –complemented by Cornwall’s natural larder.

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Embrace your idea of easy living, whether it’s unwinding with a massage or catching a wave.

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Meudon walks

From gentle beachside strolls to longer creek-side and cliff walks, visitors of all ages and abilities will find something to suit in Falmouth.