National Trust

If you'd like to see what the National Trust has to offer in the local area, then we have three absolute gems to recommend. Antony, Lanhydrock and Cotehele all offer immersive experiences, gorgeous walks and fantastic food.

Antony House

25 minutes

This 18th-Century house set within a magnificent landscape garden, is still home to the Carew Pole family. The garden magnificent with a historic collection of daylilies, playful topiary including a knot garden and intriguing sculptures. For the little ones – you’ll find a natural play area with branches and foraged materials ready for den building and check out the storytelling space!


Lanhydrock House

30 minutes

A magnificent late Victorian country house with almost 1,000 acres of parkland, woodland and heath, as well as two miles of the River Fowey. Explore woodland cycle trails, walks around the garden (with full colour all year round!) and the park café offers homemade dishes year round. Don’t forget a gift pit stop too – you’ll find local food and gifts, plus a second-hand bookshop and plant centre.


Cotehele House

40 minutes

Take a trip to this atmospheric Tudor house with Medieval roots – a mill on a historic quay, a glorious 14 acre garden with valley views and an expansive estate to explore. Don’t forget a visit to the Barn Café or The Edgcumbe at the Quay for a Cornish cream tea!