Ince Castle Gardens
Ince Castle Gardens
Ince Castle is at the end of a very attractive peninsula sticking out into the River Lynher opposite Antony House and gardens. The house is approached up a straight tunnel-like drive lined with daffodils which are then followed by clouds of cow parsley. The gardens, which have been planted since 1960, comprise woodland with camellias, magnolias etc and masses of bulbs and hellebores in early spring and more formal mixed beds and borders near the house, also an orchard with more bulbs and shrubs. There is a charming shell house made in 1964 by the present owner's parents. Beautiful river views can be seen from all parts of the garden. In all the gardens extend to about 5 acres.

Garden openings 2016

Sunday 13th March 2pm - 5pm
Sunday 27th March 2pm - 5pm
Sunday 10th April 2pm - 5pm
Sunday 24th April 2pm - 5pm
Sunday 8th May 2pm - 5pm
Sunday 17th July 2pm - 5pm

All in aid of The National Gardens Scheme

£4.00 Children free

Dogs on leads welcome - Home made teas - Lavatories - Partial disabled access

You may picnic from 1pm in the car park with lovely views of the river

Groups by appointment - contact Lady Boyd 01752 842672

Road Directions
Signposted from the A38 West of Saltash, to Trematon and then Elmgate.

Ince Castle, Elm Gate, Saltash, Cornwall PL12 4QZ

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