Posts Tagged 'Cotehele House'

Cotehele House – A Grand Day out!

Now the holidays are well underway and more and more people are travelling down the A30 for their holiday in Cornwall I though I should post some suggestions on places to visit.  For those looking for something to do and a great National Trust Property to visit then I would recommend the grand house of Cotehele near Saltash overlooking the Tamar Valley.  Originating from the 1300’s Cotehele was the home of the Edgcumbe family with Sir Richard Edgcumbe being responsible for the main parts of the building we see here today.  Its a stunning house to explore on a dull day and has beautiful gardens to enjoy in finer weather. My pictures were taken in March last year so do not do the grounds justice, however check out the National Trust Website here to find out more about this lovely house, how to get there and admission.

One of the UKs most least altered Tudor houses

Details of the main hall and armoury

Details from the chapel at Cotehele

Kitchen utensils in fireplace

Signs of Spring and Signs of Autumn

Top Pic – Dad, Never happier than when he is in a shed….
Bottom Pic – Magnolia in bud

The quayside and relics of days gone by…

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