Borde Hill is an informal country garden, covering over 200 acres, with woodland and parkland areas as well as 17 acres of formal garden areas arranged as a series of distinct garden rooms, each with a different theme. There are enjoyable lakeside and woodland walks.
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"The small Cornish village of Morwenstow is famous for its association with Rev. Robert Hawker, who was vicar here from 1834 - 1875. Rev Hawker was an eccentric character, but a prolific poet and author of the Cornish anthem, The Song of the Western Men. A path from the village leads to a small hut of driftwood that Hawker built into the cliffs looking out to sea."