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We set off hoping to visit Antony House, but the opening hours are few and the signage terrible so we carried on to Cotehele, and were glad that we did. The gardens are glorious at this time of year, we were having very strong, cold...More
On our visit to Cotehele House. We went via train from Plymouth with a scenic route alongside the Devon side of the River Tamar. Journey time was 30 minutes. Group cost of 3 adults was a little over £11.00 instead of £18.00. From the station...More
Complete with a lot of original furniture including tapestries make this one of the best properties in the National Trust’s collection. Not the most glamorous (Waddesdon Manor it ain’t) but you certainly get a real sense of history, the oldest working clock in the UK,...More
A beautiful old house. When I visited they had decorated the ceiling of the arch with daffodils which looked stunning. The house dates from the 14th century and is set in huge grounds. There is so much to see and do be prepared to stay...More
Cotehele is an absolute gem and the National Trust do a great job of taking special care of this wonderful place. You can walk around the house without being set upon by enthusiastic volunteers but ask a question and they are more than happy to...More
We visited Cotehele last week, having last been there 8 years ago. It really is a lovely place to go. Lots to see in the gardens which stretch down a pretty steep slope to the river below. In such sheltered conditions there are many interesting...More
Dog walking and mooching around in early February is still peaceful and interesting, not least the activities down by the river where skilled craftsmen are working hard on the renovation and rebuilding of the hull of the Tamar sailing barge Shamrock.
Response from Patricia G | Reviewed this property |
No, no charge for walking in the surrounding area, with ot without dogs. They are not allowed in the formal gardens but there is more than enough woodland for them. Mine likes to go down towards the Mill, there is a nice... More
No, no charge for walking in the surrounding area, with ot without dogs. They are not allowed in the formal gardens but there is more than enough woodland for them. Mine likes to go down towards the Mill, there is a nice stream there so they can get both wet and muddy!
Response from CoteheleNT | Property representative |
Hi, Thank you for your question. Assistance dogs only are allowed in the Great Hall. Some visitors leave their dogs just outside of reception, see the garland for a few minutes (it doesn't take long) then go for a walk with... More
Hi, Thank you for your question. Assistance dogs only are allowed in the Great Hall. Some visitors leave their dogs just outside of reception, see the garland for a few minutes (it doesn't take long) then go for a walk with their dog on the path in the woods. Dogs are welcome in one room in the Edgcumbe tea-room on Cotehele Quay Hope that helps!