Port Eliot House Cornwall

Port Eliot House Cornwall

Very beautiful Port Eliot House is one of favourite tourist destination in Cornwall United Kingdom. Building landscape gardens everything carry the signs of art and care. Plot Eliot House in the parish of St Germans, Cornwall, Britain, UK, is the ancestral couch of the Eliot family, whose present mind is Albert Eliot, 11th Earl of St Germans.Port Eliot includes a stately house with its own cathedral, which acts as the parish cathedral of St Germans. A youthful chapel building was Cornwall's primary cathedral. The home is at an real estate of 6,000-acre (2,400 ha) which stretches in to the neighbouring villages of Tideford, Trerulefoot and Polbathic and is also listed Grade

Port Eliot House Cornwall

Port Eliot House Cornwall

Port Eliot House and Gardens

Considered to be one of the most romantic and concealed stately homes in England. A real family home, full of remarkable stories, visitors will be able to view the house very much as the day-to-day residence of Lord and Lady St Germans.

With art works by Reynolds Romney, Ramsey, Van Dyck and mural by Lenkiewicz covering the wall of the Soane Round Room. Outside are the accessible beautiful Park and gardens, Priory church and tea rooms. Private guided tours of the house and basement are available, a chance to see the Dowton type under stairs and a candle lit wine cellar.

Port Eliot House is dog friendly tourist attraction. Dogs are very welcome to go around the gardens on lead and on Wednesday afternoons may run free on the Park.

For Port Eliot Estate:

Port Eliot Estate Office St Germans Saltash

Cornwall PL12 5ND

Telephone: 01503 230211

E-mail: info@porteliot.co.uk

www.porteliot.co.uk/

Port Eliot

Port Elliot House

Hopefully you make your time to visit lovely Port Eliot House to enjoy the lovely views of the Architecture, Garden   and to know about the history of this wonderful establishment. 

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