Japanese Garden near the North Cornwall Coast
Visit the Japanese Garden in St. Mawgan village near Newquay & discover an oasis of tranquillity , 1.5 miles from the North coast, 6 miles east of Newquay, where East meets West in this unique garden.Open 1st March until 31st October. 7 days a week, 10am until 6pm, last entrance to the garden at 5pm.
It is a place of tranquillity with a variety of plants and water features, where visitors can enjoy the wonder of nature in a peaceful, relaxing space. The garden was built as a meditative garden, where one can calm the mind & let go of unwanted stress through contemplation & reflection.
Set in approximately 1 acre, the Water, Stroll, Moss & Zen gardens offer a unique experience - both physical & spiritual. Stand on the bridge or Teahouse balcony, watch the fish glide by, listen to the waterfall tumbling into the pool. (Tea House does not serve refreshments)
Sit in the Zen viewing house silently contemplating the rock-scape, or stroll the myriad paths, absorbing the sights & smells of the beautiful azaleas, spectacular Japanese maples & much more.
A journey through this garden is an experience to remember.
Specialist Bonsai & Japanese Garden Nurseries, occupy approx. one acre, adjacent to the garden.
The Nurseries offer an extensive range of quality plants, statuary & accessories, together with expert advice.
Images by Natalie Myra ©
2017 - Japanese Garden and nursery from 1 March - 31 October - Disabled Access - 90% wheelchair accessible with gravel paths.
Public toilets are a few metres from our car park entrance. Refreshments can be found in 2 venues within a 3 minute walk from garden.
Free parking in our car park.
Please see our website for more details, photos, admission prices and more...
- Street: St Mawgan Village
- Postcode: TR8 4ET
- City: Newquay
- County: Cornwall
- Telephone: 01637 860116
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