Visit one of Cornwall’s most impressive family homes with its origin and history firmly rooted in Elizabethan grandeur, Georgian style and Victorian enterprise. Chart the progress of Prideaux Place through the years, examine the artefacts and heirlooms on display and marvel at the beauty of this impressive Cornish manor house. Still owned by the family that built in in 1588, the house and gardens give an absorbing insight into the last 400 years.
Beautiful tearoom and marquee overlooking the Deer Park. See the deer being fed!
The Terrace and Gardens are open from 10.30am – 5.00pm daily, closed on Saturdays.
Chefs, Angus and Tracy provide an exciting selection of homemade food with all special diets catered for.
Lunches served from 11am to 4pm.
Grounds and Tearoom 7th April – Friday 25th October closed on Saturdays and 1st May
A haven of tranquillity away from the hustle and bustle of Padstow with free visitor parking.
Dogs are welcome but on leads please.
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