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A granite and slatestone Tudor house with medieval origins, Cotehele is the ancestral home of the Edgcumbes.
Features include the Hall adorned with arms and armour, tapestries, carved oak furniture, pewter and ceramics.
Gardens, orchards and estate. There are views of the river and railway viaduct from the Valley Garden.
Quay with Discovery Centre and sailing barge. Restaurants at House and Quay.
Open Mar-Oct, Daily 1000-1700, House 1100-1600. Nov-Feb, see website.
A working 19th century watermill grinding corn into flour. A hydroelectric scheme can be seen behind
the Mill. Nearby outbuildings include recreations of wheelwright's, saddler's and blacksmith's workshops,
plus a traditional furniture maker and a working potter. Tearoom at Cotehele Quay.
Open Mar-Oct, Daily 1100-1630 (1600 in Oct).
The National Trust has many holiday cottages in Cornwall, including some on the Cotehele Estate: