National Trust about to open their doors

National Trust properties throughout Cornwall are all prepared and about to open their doors for what they hope will be another busy season.  Enjoy a Farm Stay holiday or short break in one of our many excellent properties throughout the County and combine with a tour of the many National Trust properties in Cornwall.
A fabulous display of sub tropical gardens await you at Trengwainton on the outskirts of Penzance.  A similar display can be admired at the stunning St. Michaels Mount where the castle will be open to visitors from the 15th March.  Stroll across the cobbled footpath to the mount and catch a boat back if the tide beats you!
Between Falmouth and Truro a superb display of Early Spring blooms can be viewed at Trelissick on the gentle South coast of the County.  Hop across to the North coast to capture stunning gardens at Trerice.
Trelissick Gardens
Further up the County, acres of parkland and gardens can be explored at Lanhydrock where the former stately home will be opening on the 1st March.
Keep heading towards the County border and a trip to Anthony House on the Rame Peninsular is a must.  A quaint house that opens on the 1st April is supported by gardens where Alice in Wonderland was filmed just a few years ago.
Between Callington and Tavistock a trip to Cotehele will be sure to please.  Enjoy the woodland walks to the quay on the banks of the River Tamar or visit the flour mill and even purchase a bag of flour!  The house at Cotehele will be open on the 14th March.
Cotehele Mill