Lethytep, Lanreath, Looe, PL13 2PG

Having visited Lethytep last year during what can only be described as a deluge, it was felt that a return visit this year would appeal to all.

This delightful 25 acre garden developed over the last 20 years, features woodland, wildflower meadows and lakes both ancient and new. It is a vital habitat for wildlife, home to many species of birds, butterflies and plants, and is well known for its spectacular display of southern marsh orchids in May/ June.

A delicious afternoon tea with homemade cakes concludes our visit.

Cost: £8.00 pp. No dogs. Parking is limited, so car sharing is advisable.