From 1939 to 1981 the garden fell into decline, since the substantial Trebah Estate was sold off in small packages, of which the house and garden was one.
The garden was opened to the public in 1987 and by 1989 visitor numbers had reached 36,000. In 2000 visitor numbers had exceeded 105,000 and continue too grow.
So where was "Trebah". And old map shows the "settlement" called Trebah, located somewhat nearer to Helford Passage than the present entrance to the Garden and advertised terminus of the main part of the 35 service.
That's where it turned when fbb took his penultimate journey which became his ultimate journey on Friday 27th June.
So the bus does not serve Helford Passage and does not terminate at Trebah Gardens; so in various ways every source pf information is WRONG. There is nothing, no bus top pole, no timetable frame; nothing to identify that it is a terminus. Now here's an fbb call for help. What should we call this stop? fbb's best offer is "Port Navas turn for Helford Passage". Any better ideas much appreciated.
Budock Vean (also on the sign) is, effectively, a posh hotel and golf complex.
Mind you, it does look rather splendiferous.
Hmmm? It's still quite a hefty walk to the hotel.