Boconnoc Boconnoc is one of the great houses of Cornwall with long drives through the parkland & its own medieval church
Bonython Bonython Manor is a 17th century Georgian Manor on the Lizard peninsula.
Caerhays Caerhays Castle is a creation of the famous architect, John Nash during the 19th century.
Cullacott Cullacott is a Grade I listed 15th century medieval hall house built of granite, cob and stone.
Godolphin House Godolphin House is a granite-built, Tudor and Stuart, grade I listed mansion, 7 miles NW of Helston.
Lawrence House Lawrence House, Launceston, given to the National Trust to help preserve the Georgian character of Castle Street.
Mount Edgcumbe Mount Edgcumbe House, a Tudor mansion, is the former home of the Earls of Mount Edgcumbe.
Pencarrow Pencarrow House was built in 1765, by Sir John Molesworth, and his descendents still live there today.
Port Eliot Port Eliot is the family home of Earl of St Germans in the village of St Germans, Saltash,
Prideaux Place Prideaux Place is an Elizabethan house with extensive grounds and a deer park, high above Padstow.
Trewithen The house of Trewithen was largely built by Philip Hawkins after he bought the estate in 1715
Antony Antony House is a superb example of the early 18th century house in Cornwall.
Cotehele Cotehele House is a well preserved, and little altered, Tudor manor house.
Lanhydrock Lanhydrock is essentially a grand Victorian house, that evolved from much earlier beginnings.
St Michaels Mount St Michaels Mount is a granite rock near Penzance, Cornwall with a church and castle at its summit.
Trerice A small Elizabethan manor house near Newquay, Cornwall.
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The hotel to stay at when visiting The Gardens of Cornwall is Corisande Manor Hotel, Cornwall find out more about it