Wadebridge, PL27 6JA




Trelawney Garden Centre, situated just outside Wadebridge on the A389, was founded in 1970 by Frank and Marion Danning was 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.

Trelawney is now part of the distinguished Blue Diamond group of garden centres and is one of over 20 centres who belong to the group which originates from the Channel Islands. The centre and its large Planteria have had a facelift over the last few years that Blue Diamond have been in charge and continues to flourish as Cornwall’s largest garden centre, continuing their reputation of a fantastic array of quality products and the customer service to match!

We are easily accessible from Wadebridge town via foot (approx. 20 minutes walk from the town centre), car or bus or even bike if you have cycled the camel trail from Padstow or Bodmin and fancy a nice rest stop. We are also a dog friendly centre so you can bring the whole family for a relaxing day out.

We have plenty to see and do along with a fantastic restaurant and coffee stop serving a delicious array of food and drinks daily. Dogs are also welcome in our undercover outdoor seating area.

We are open 7 days a week
8.30am – 5.30pm Monday to Saturday
10am – 4pm on Sundays.

Our restaurant is open from:
8.30am – 5pm Monday – Saturday
9am – 4pm on a Sunday.

Carriages Restaurant

Serving breakfast from 8.30am – 11.00am
Carvery served from 11.30am – 2.30pm
Hot and Cold Snack Menu served from 11.30am – 3.30pm
Teas, coffee cake and Cornish Cream Teas served all day.