|TRELISSICK||Stately Homes & Gardens|
|Feock, nr Truro, Cornwall, TR3 6QL|
Delightfully located at the head of the Fal estuary, with stunning panoramic scenery, the estate features a large park with woodland walks down by the river. At its heart lies the peace and quiet of Trelissick Garden, arranged over many levels with a superb collection of tender and exotic plants at its core, to retain colour throughout the year. The presentation of spring blossom is particularly delightful. After exploring the wonderful gardens you could visit the art and craft gallery, shop, with plants for sale. The estate feature two restaurants so you will never grow hungry, and a fine Georgian stables. The Fal Estuary Ferry from Truro, Falmouth and St. Mawes links directly to Trelissick. House trial opening continues in 2015/16, with a programme of exhibitions set from April 2016.
|TREREIFE HOUSE||Stately Homes & Gardens|
|Penzance, Cornwall, TR20 8TJ|
Trereife, a beautiful centuries old Estate, steeped in history, is being lovingly restored and is now open to the public for weddings, bed and breakfast, and day visitors (summer months).
The house and grounds offer an unforgettable setting for almost any occasion. The predominantly Queen Anne Manor House, which in parts dates back to the reign of Elizabeth 1, and the formal gardens, are set in the stunning countryside just outside Penzance.
Easy access to the beaches and other holiday attractions, we offer self-catering holidays on the estate, and bed and breakfast in our Queen Anne Manor and converted courtyard block. We host country fairs, concerts, functions and other events. Short breaks available (3 Nights+). Guest parking. We look forward to welcoming you to our beautiful much loved home.
|MOUNT EDGCUMBE HOUSE & COUNTRY PARK||Stately Homes & Gardens|
|Cremyll, Torpoint, Cornwall, PL10 1HZ.|
Former home of the Earls of Mount Edgcumbe. Miraculously the walls of the red stone Tudor mansion survived the bombs in 1941. Restored by the 6th Earl. Now beautifully furnished with family possessions. Set in historic 18th century Grade I listed gardens within the 865 acres of Country Park on the dramatic sea-girt Rame peninsula. Follies, forts, National Camellia Collection. Exhibitions and Events. House & Earls Garden open April to September, booked groups from March to October. Stables Cafe and Coach House plus bat cams, sawmill and other interpretations located in the Barrow Park Centre next to the House, and the Orangery Cafe and Cremyll Shop in the lower park, both open daily through the season and limited opening during winter. Eco Bus operates in the Park when the House is open.
|COTEHELE HOUSE & QUAY||Stately Homes & Gardens|
|St Dominick, nr Saltash, Cornwall, PL12 6TA|
The riverside estate and house at Cotehele was built between 1485 and 1627 and was a home of the Edgcumbe family for centuries. The granite and slatestone walls contain intimate chambers adorned with tapestries, original furniture and armour. Outside, the formal garden overlook the richly planted valley garden. A new discovery centre. The restored Tamar sailing barge Shamrock is moored alongside. Throughout the estate there are a variety of riverside and woodland walks. There is also a shop, restaurant, tearoom and gallery.
|TREWITHEN GARDENS and NURSERIES||Stately Homes & Gardens|
|Grampound, Near Truro, Cornwall, TR2 4DD|
Trewithen, near Truro in Cornwall, is a very special place to visit. Privately owned, the estate has remained in the same family for nearly three hundred years. The gardens, which are open from 01 March to 30 September, are famed for their early flowering magnolia and camellia - all set amidst rolling mature parkland and surrounding one of the finest examples of eighteenth century architecture in Cornwall. Recommended by the Royal Horticultural Society, Trewithen is also noted for its vibrant rhododendron, its 24 Champion Trees, its unspoilt woodland and for having many rare and highly prized plants, which are seldom found elsewhere in Britain. In addition, there is a camera obscura, a wildlife garden, treetop viewing platforms, Cornwall's first public rose garden and the stunningly beautiful Magnolia Fountain. Trewithen's Plant Centre stocks a wide range of quality plants and shrubs mostly propagated from Trewithen's own collection and from local producers. The teashop serves delicious homemade food including freshly baked pastries and gateaux, as well as light lunches and cream teas. The gift shop stocks a range of local products including pottery, local artists' work and glass and the garden shop is stocked with quality garden tools and accessories. Trewithen House is open to the public for guided tours on certain days from 01 April to 31 July.
|THE EDEN PROJECT||Stately Homes & Gardens|
|Bodelva, St. Austell, Cornwall, PL24 2SG|
A dramatic global garden based in the natural theatre of a china claypit overlooking St. Austell Bay. Nestling within it are two gigantic geodesic conservatories, the largest 200 metres long and 55 metres high - the biggest in the world! The landscaped gardens cover 12 hectares. This new world class visitor destination has been created to tell the fascinating story of man's relationship with plants.
|Tel: 01726 811911 Fax: 01726 811912|