It's easy to lose yourself in this small yet enchanting place, just a stone's throw from Newquay, nestled in a peaceful corner of rural Cornwall. This romantic Elizabethan manor house tells a story of prosperous origins, decline, partial ruin, and 20th-century restoration. The peace is occasionally broken by the sounds of people enjoying a game of kayling, a bowling game similar to skittles, which has its roots in the local mining communities. Photo credits: NTI/John Millar
Facilities – at a glance
Suitable for all child ages
- Parking onsite
- Some steps in garden, half of 1st floor accessible by wheelchair
- Facilities: Large print guide, 2 wheelchairs
- Accessible toilets
- Opening Times: Open 3 Mar-28 Oct, daily 10.30-5 (House opens 11, last entry 4.30); 3 Nov-23 Dec, Sat-Sun 11-4
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