Trelawney Garden Centre
Trelawney Garden Centre, situated just outside Wadebridge on the A389, was founded in 1970 by Frank and Marion Danning as a small nursery supplying home grown fruit, vegetables and flowers from a roadside stall to local customers as they passed by.
As time progressed, the business flourished and with the help of son David who joined straight from school and David Symons, who started working for the family at the age of 11, Trelawney Nurseries gradually became Trelawney Garden Centre as the range of goods stocked widened to provide for all gardening needs. The business which became renowned for it’s quality, variety of products and friendly family atmosphere is now recognised as one of the top garden centres in the country.
The centre has been awarded commendation for many departments and its staff by the Garden Centre Association inspectors and in fact gaining the award of the top garden centre in the Wales & West region for the last few years along with the accolade of a ‘Garden Centre of Excellence’ which is only given to the top 10 centres in the UK.
Trelawney is a wonderful day out for all and when your shopping is complete, our restaurant, Carriages, which overlooks a beautiful large lake teaming with fish, otters and moorhens, is the perfect spot to relax and unwind.
Monday - Saturday: 9am - 5.30pm
Sunday: 10am - 4pm
Indoor and Outdoor Children's Play Areas
Plenty of Free Parking and Large Disabled Parking Area with Good Access
Unfortunatly we do not allow dogs in the Garden Centre, but we do have undercover parking shelter for cars with dogs in and have an outside seating area in the Restaurant where dogs are very welcome.