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What a place to stay!!!

What a place!!! And better still, what a place to stay!!! Having fancied the sound of glamping in... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Claudine C
Magical visit

Stayed a Horseshoe Cottage on the estate for 7 days and found it to be a holiday we would love to... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Weymouth, United Kingdom
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A superb landscaped park, fallow deer, woodland and coastal walks and marvellous view, combine to make Mount Edgcumbe one of the most spectacular attractions in the West Country at any time of the year. One of only three Grade I Listed gardens in...more
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Mount Edgcumbe House | Cremyll, Torpoint PL10 1HZ, England
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Reviewed yesterday

What a place!!! And better still, what a place to stay!!! Having fancied the sound of glamping in this corner of south east Cornwall, we booked a Shepherd's Hut on the site at Mount Edgcumbe, and though concerned we would still be 'roughing' it compared...More

Thank Claudine C
Reviewed 3 days ago

Stayed a Horseshoe Cottage on the estate for 7 days and found it to be a holiday we would love to repeat. Lovely cottage and peaceful location, with lots of areas to explore - and "dog friendly". All the people working on the estate were...More

Thank pearces36
Reviewed 3 days ago

Although I have lived in Plymouth for over 50 years, times, and visited Mount Edgcumbe estate many times, it was the first time I visited the House and gardens. The House was very nice and interesting. The volunteers were very knowledgeable and explained the history....More

Thank Val K
Reviewed 4 days ago

We visited last week getting the Crymill ferry there and back which was a lovely experience and brought childhood memories back. My only criticism is the cafe with the lovely fountain outside did not live up to expectations. Who doesn't love a slice of cake...More

1  Thank patriciabateson53
Reviewed 1 week ago

Having driven past several times last year for work I wanted to visit properly. Not disappointed at all. Very lovely house, so very bright and cheerful. Great displays with the history explained. Lovely gardens and some stunning views across to Plymouth. Had a bite to...More

Thank Graham C
Reviewed 1 week ago

Visited the Orangery at Mount Edgcumbe for lunch with 5 friends on a very hot day. Even with doors open, the restaurant was very hot but we all enjoyed our lunch - mostly salads - and a good choice of cool drinks. Service was swift...More

Thank GrannyAllen
Reviewed 1 week ago

Visited the country park to run a parkrun. Lovely location and great the and cake in the Stable Cafe afterwards.

Thank NickHaynes195
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Didn’t do the house this time. The formal gardens and parkland are all free to enter. Fabulous coastal path with superb views to Plymouth .. over the King William Yard, Devils Point, the Hoe etc. Didn’t do the orangery as looked abandoned when I first...More

Thank Avocettoo
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The whole grounds are free to enter, some people grumble about the small cost of parking but we personally were happy to pay the cost of the ferry journey over from Royal William Yard to Mount Edgcumbe Park. It was a gloriously sun filled day....More

1  Thank Maria H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The current Mount Edgcombe house we know now is about half the size of the original as it sustained considerable damage during the second world war but nonetheless it is a wonderful place to visit with lots of exhibits to see, a fantastic garden with...More

1  Thank Micklah
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Response from daviesdave2 | Reviewed this property |
Out of season I believe you can, but in season when it's busy I don't think you can
November 23, 2017|
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Google "scattering ashes law", albeit I can't imagine a reasonable landowner would object!
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You can take dogs in the pub x