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Valentines 'Lost Suppers' at Heligan

Treat your loved one to a wonderful escape to the magical ‘Lost Gardens of Heligan’ for a special romantic dinner on 12th February. Here in the mysterious and wondrous Gardens, chef Nat Tallents and her wonderful Kitchen team invite you to visit the candlelit Kitchen Conservatory  for a valentines inspired seven courses tasting menu which will showcase the finest homegrown heritage produce and rare breed meats from the Heligan Estate accompanied by equally fantastic live music.

Acting as a living window to the past, the award-winning restoration of the Victorian Productive Gardens stands as a working memorial to Heligan’s Lost Gardeners. Intensively cultivated throughout the year, these gardens once met almost all the needs of the Tremayne family and their guests. Today, over 300 varieties of mostly heritage fruit, vegetable, salad and herbs are lovingly tended to supply the Heligan Kitchen with fresh, seasonal produce throughout the year. Here, Heligan’s unique palette of heritage flavours are incorporated in Nat’s menus.

The Lost Suppers will be held will be held within the Heligan Kitchen Conservatory. Doors will open at 6:30pm with a welcome drink for all upon arrival. Tickets £50pp

Notes to Editors

The Lost Gardens of Heligan were rediscovered from the brambles of time by Tim Smit and John Willis, who were the catalysts for a 30 year project that continues to this day.  Heligan remains one of the most loved and romantic gardens in the UK, appreciated as much for its beauty and mystery as for the ground breaking restoration project.

Over 200 acres are now a paradise for the explorer, wildlife, plant lover and garden romantic. Victorian Productive Gardens and Pleasure Grounds beckon, along winding paths laid out over two centuries ago. The Jungle takes you on a sub-tropical journey through bamboo tunnels and under majestic tree ferns, giant rhubarb, and bananas whilst the estate reveals a lost world of traditional and rare breeds, wildlife and ancient woodlands.

Heligan is a garden for all seasons, so whether you plan to visit in the hazy buzz of mid-summer, or the tranquillity of winter, you are guaranteed a unique experience.

The Lost Gardens of Heligan is a member of The Great Gardens of Cornwall, a group of the finest Cornwall gardens. Open 364 days a year, pre-booking is essential at this time.